“We’ve been giving since we graduated. We both feel compelled to give back to a place that gave us both so much.”
Dave ’74 and Sue Stebbins Souerwine ’75 follow their passion to help Dickinson launch new data analytics program.
“It is absolutely critical to continue to make the residential, liberal-arts college experience available to all who wish to benefit from it.”
Find out why Sunnie Ko '11, a lacrosse alumna and assistant coach who also serves as assistant director of the McAndrews Fund, believes in supporting scholarships at Dickinson.
Dickinson senior-thesis research on acoustic levitation (small objects being suspended in sound waves) is making waves in the scientific community.
“My professors forced us to think outside the box and be able to articulate an argument properly, both skills I think are essential in any career.”
"My Dickinson education taught me critical thinking and clear writing, but more than anything, it fired an intellectual curiosity."
"I'm finding ways to convey the emotion behind the mask," says new College Photographer Dan Loh, a Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist who joined Dickinson last spring.
As a first-year, Eric Evans '78 worried he wouldn't be able to continue his college education. Now he and his wife, Kyle '78, support scholarships for students facing financial insecurity.
Renowned snake expert and Dickinson Biology Professor Scott Boback co-leads a new project that allows researchers to spy on snakes for science.
During Alumni Weekend, brothers from the Alpha Chi Rho and Sigma Chi fraternities and Dickinson’s Department of Athletics held a tribute for the longtime coach and emeritus professor.
Learn how Dickinson prepared Marie-Noelle Nwokolo ’16 for her work as a researcher at The Brenthurst Foundation, where she strives to enhance economic growth and development in Africa.
Join students on a quick tour of Carlisle's open-air market, and get the scoop on their favorite local restaurants.
As a first-generation student, Himeno Yamane ’22 didn’t know quite what to expect at college. With time and support, this Posse Scholar got to know herself better and made Dickinson her own.
Learn why, for Nathaniel McCloud '23, conversations with faculty and peers have made studying philosophy and political science deeply enjoyable.
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