After 10 years in social work, Joy Fishburne Macdonell ’89 changed career paths to bring knitting to the masses.
Alexandra Mier y Terán ’19 and fellow members of the Office of Campus Recreation share hiking and camping expertise.
For David Durstewitz ’10, what started with a yogurt-making lesson at the Treehouse turned into a passion for lactofermention and a life committed to local and sustainable food production.
From writing a policy brief on the effects of tuna fishing to joining a dive team to fight climate change’s impact on coral reefs, Emily Fenstermacher ’20 is learning how to make a difference.
To see the value of Dickinson College’s broad-based liberal arts and sciences education in action, look no further than Trevor Cohen ’12, managing editor at Google.
From a childhood love of horses to a longstanding retirement dream, discover the journey that led Richard Hepner ’60 to hand-carve a wooden carousel horse in just 17 years).
Get tips from Manny Ocampo ’18, aka DJ Manny Fresco, that will help make your next party a hit.
Gregory Lockard ’03, a writer and editor who previously worked for DC Comics, offers an example of how a comic book comes to life.
Espoir DelMain ’21 is an environmental-studies major from Saint Paul, Minnesota, who worked to bring student voices to the forefront in her first year at Dickinson.
Priscilla Addison ’09 and sister Kimberly share the process they use at ’57 Chocolate, the pioneer bean-to-bar chocolate company they founded in Ghana, West Africa.
"Dickinson’s liberal-arts education has shaped me into the person I am today, a global citizen," says Soo Min Kim ’18, who is striving to promote body positivity as the reigning Miss Korea 2018.
Dickinson artists-in-residence The Newberry Consort will perform “Forbidden Love: The Passion of Héloïse and Abélard," using period instruments, costumed actors and projected art and text.
The Washington Post highlights how Dickinson's faculty members play a critical role in identifying students that are struggling and excelling.
Holly Petraeus '74, P'04, discusses how a Dickinson French major became assistant director at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
New squash head coach comes to Carlisle from New York City, where he served as director of CitySquash.
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