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With your support, those students were able to do remarkable things. From archaeology to global feminism, they engaged the world on campus and abroad, making the most of the opportunities your support made possible.
Archaeology and earth-sciences double major Rebecca Rossi ’13 finds research interests deep in Virginia history and soil. >>Read More
John Jones ’11’s new mobile app, PaperBoy, gives readers their Dickinsonian
fix anywhere, anytime. >>Read More
Jianan Yang ’13 gets face time—and a winter internship—with recent Benjamin Rush Award recipient. >>Read More
Forget About the Box
Kevin Piñero ’12 makes a move from neuroscience to dance; it’s no surprise to his legion of fans. >>Read More
From Perseverance to Presidency
New Student Senate president Juan Carlos Flores ’11 is a triple achiever—in the classroom and beyond. >>Read More
NAACP Chapter Energizes Activist
As president of the African American Society Corinthia Jacobs ’11 has spent her four years at Dickinson creating mainstream spaces for people of color. >>Read More
From Kabul to Carlisle
Noorjahan Akbar ’14 looks to improve prospects for her fellow Afghan women. >>Read More
Tiffany Hwang ’11’s self-developed major in global feminisms takes her around the world and back. >>Read More