The Good from Dickinson College shares stories about students, professors and alumni. Each month, we'll hear from college interim President John E. Jones III, stretch your mind with a brain teaser and connect with what's good at Dickinson.
Varshini Prakash of Sunrise Movement Talks Fighting Climate Change at Dickinson College
“The climate crisis is existential,” says Varshini Prakash, co-founder of Sunrise Movement and recipient of Dickinson College’s Rose-Walters Prize for Environmental Activism. We go inside Prakash’s recent on-campus residency to explore how her message is resonating with students, faculty and the broader community.
Inside Data Analytics
Data is all around us, and in this episode we delve into Dickinson’s newest major, Data Analytics. Hear how the blend of math, computer science, economics and philosophy fits with the college’s unique approach to the liberal arts.
Knowledge for Freedom
We tag along with the Knowledge for Freedom program at Dickinson. Funded by the Teagle Foundation and based on Dickinson’s House Divided Project, the residential summer program explores the struggle for freedom and democracy in America while introducing students to college classes and on-campus life.
A Time of Transitions
We talk with departing Dickinson President Margee Ensign and incoming Interim President John E. Jones III about the college’s leadership transition.
Career Development at Dickinson
We explore the work of The Center for Advising, Internships & Lifelong Career Development, and how Dickinson’s unique approach is intentional, academic and tailored to our students.
Vox Staff Writer Fabiola Cineas ’12
Vox Staff Writer Fabiola Cineas, a 2012 Dickinson College graduate, discusses her reporting on race in America and her background as an English major, teacher and editor at Philadelphia Magazine.