Origins of Organizing
At Dickinson, Komozi Woodard ’71 got his groundings as a scholar and activist during era of social unrest.
Joyce Bylander, special assistant to the president for institutional and diversity initiatives, outlines how the college’s landscape has dramatically changed.
David Dean ’13 combines his passion for basketball and social justice to benefit Native American youngsters on a Montana reservation.
Gaps Speak Volumes
New chronology of black alumni depicts shifts in enrollment of people of color.
Africana studies blends academics with social justice.
Men Make Way for MANdatory
New program helps male students bond over academics, leadership.
A Native Niche
Welcoming Navajo students to campus furthers Native American recruitment, scholarly collaborations.
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Q&A: Forming the Wall
more about the 1969 night that provided one of Komozi Woodard ’71’s most
enduring lessons in race politics.
Video Feature: Standing Out
Dickinson alumni share their experiences as students of color.
Video Feature: Magical Energy
in on the action of the Unity Hoops basketball empowerment program, founded by
David Dean ’13.
Beyond ‘A Native Niche’
Read about more connections between the college
and the Carlisle Industrial Indian School.
Taking the Lead
Kevin Loney ’99 brings important lessons from his time at Dickinson to his post as the first African-American head coach in the New England Football Conference.
Stephanie Greco Larson Tributes
Read tributes to the late political-science professor, presented by her colleagues during her July 23 memorial service.
‘Posse Love’ Powers Student’s Success
Posse Scholar Fabiola Cineas ’12 offers an inside view of the power of the Posse Foundation Scholarship Program, which has helped to increase diversity at Dickinson.
From the Editor
Some of the best stories are the result of a happy accident.
From These Grounds
President Durden looks forward to the next phase of First in America.
The Board of Trustees voted in May to increase the campaign goal from $150 million to $300 million and to extend First in America for six more years.
Benjamin Rush study group and gallery aim to help Dickinson community better understand its founding father.
Here's the Beef
The Dickinson College Farm will help supply the Dining Hall with local, grass-fed beef.
Passion for cinema leads film-studies students to create a flick featuring the living dead.
Taking His Game to Europe
Ian “Mitch” Mitchell ’10 donned the purple and orange with his signature lucky 13 as a member of the German Football League’s (GFL’s) Frankfurt Universe, fulfilling a lifelong dream to become a professional football player.
For new campaign co-chairs Amy Nauiokas ’94 and Harry Harrison, the decision to extend First in America was a no-brainer.
Crops of Connection
Rachel Winner ’09 describes how her work with the College Farm and on several service-learning trips fostered her passion for making connections.