Robert Berna '94, co-founder of Apple Seeds LLC, an all-in-one play space for preschoolers, cites patience as key to success.
Drew Greenblatt '88 turned an aging bagel factory into a state-of-the-art steel manufacturer.
France 44 owner Rick Anderson ’92 took his family-owned retail business from a simple bottle shop to a multi-platform gourmet lifestyle experience.
Afredo Axtmayer ’04 knows from personal experience the healing power of sport, and he proves it every day with his two organizations, Remission Ball and love.fútbol.
Angelica Menefee '90, founder and president of Trampoline Inc., an educational enrichment curriculum, knows the value of homework.
Founder and creative director of Cheese Chick Productions Christine Bonney Hyatt ’91 spent several years pursuing a screenwriting career until she set her sights on cheese.
Cultural anthropologist Nir Avieli explores power, masculinity and turf in Israeli barbeques.
President Nancy A. Roseman announced that she will resign effective June 30. Provost and Dean Neil Weissman will serve as interim president during a national search for the college's next president.
Acclaimed writer Edwidge Danticat shares words of wisdom during a residency that included a public reading, meetings with students and class visits.
Dickinson will host a reception exhibiting work developed by artist-in-residence Thomas Wharton.
A concert inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement celebrates black voices and delivers a powerful punch.
Dickinson students use music and text to raise awareness about racism.
With stormwater management on their minds, students construct rain barrels with Carlisle residents.
Global Education Photo Contest brings key study abroad experiences to light.
Dickinson is sponsoring its fourth-annual marrow-donor registry drive.
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