Students in business, political science, history, security studies and more traveled to New York and Washington, D.C., to get targeted advice from alumni in their fields.
James Cerasia ’18 discusses his favorite comic-book hero (hint: he's a DC Comics fan) and what it’s like to help develop a business plan.
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John Dickinson Scholar and psychology major Jessie Jansen ’18 talks about the power of listening well, her research on smoking psychology and the students and professors who “blow [her] mind."
One of President Obama's newest appointees is Ann Calvaresi Barr '82, inspector general of the U.S. Agency for International Development.
Students touch physical history in Dickinson’s Archives & Special Collections.
How do you thank a campus legend? Administrators, staff and faculty, past and present, gather to honor Marie Baker's 61 years at Dickinson.
MLK Jr. Symposium highlights youth activism and organization.
Dickinson's immersive approach to study abroad prepares students for business and finance careers, say alumni working in those fields today.
John Allen ’11 has been reaching out (literally) to D.C.’s homeless population for more than a decade.
The campus community gathers to honor Executive Secretary Marie Baker, as she marks 61 years of service to Dickinson.
Check out some of the backstories of the 220 stellar students leading the class of 2020 as Early Decision admits.
Emma Batchelder ’17 has long been interested in cancer research and treatment, and she’s combining what she learns about it in the classroom, at her internship and in the lab.
Three students present original research at the largest earth and space science meeting in the world, and one gets interviewed by NASA.
Greater Carlisle Project receives $50,000 civic-engagement grant to implement community storytelling project.
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