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TYLER HANSON, HISTORY, ON THE BIBLIO CAFÉ
Tyree Grant '18, law and policy, on Morgan Field
CINDY SAMET '82, PROFESSOR OF CHEMISTRY, ON INTERACTION SPACES IN RECTOR SCIENCE COMPLEX
SOPHIA BROCENOS, HISTORY, ON HELENA'S CHOCOLATE CAFE AND CREPERIE
When I talk to prospective students about getting a good sense of the Dickinson community, I tell them to sit at the Underground and just people-watch.
Nick Bailey (International Business and Management) in Rector Science Complex Atrium with The Peddler
Helena Jeudin, biology, on her residence hall
Jasmine Lee, IB&M, on the lounge in Althouse Hall
Michael Meyers, political science, on the limestone gates
Joojo Ocran, IB&M, on Landis House
Sara Pattiz, art & art history, on The Trout Gallery
Emily Pryor, political science, on The Underground
Karina Rabinowitz, psychology, on Goodyear Ceramics Studio
TREVOR DIAMOND, HISTORY, ON THE NEW KLINE CENTER ADDITION
JOOJO OCRAN, IB&M, ON LANDIS HOUSE
What's unique is that because there’s all of these departments in this building, you get a lot of socializing, you get a lot of conversations going on between professors and students.
HELENA JEUDIN, BIOLOGY, ON HER RESIDENCE HALL
JASMINE LEE, IB&M, ON THE LOUNGE IN ALTHOUSE HALL
MICHAEL MEYERS, POLITICAL SCIENCE, ON THE LIMESTONE GATES
NICK BAILEY, IB&M, ON RECTOR ATRIUM WITH THE PEDDLER
SARA PATTIZ, ART & ART HISTORY, ON THE TROUT GALLERY
It’s really important to challenge yourself to think differently, to think outside of your comfort zone, and Dickinson really pushes us to experiment, to find out different methods of thinking, methods of analyzing, methods of creating.
KARINA RABINOWITZ, PSYCHOLOGY, ON GOODYEAR CERAMICS STUDIO
EMILY PRYOR, POLITICAL SCIENCE, ON THE UNDERGROUND