The view from Althouse yesterday was stunning. I could see this out of the corner of my eye during Accounting, and I was so distracted.

Nick Bailey ‘16

In light of the rainy weather, here is a picture of campus being just as beautiful as ever. #dsonphotos #fall
Danette’15

The Dickinson College Farm is wearing fall pretty well. 

Fall at Dickinson is arguably the best part of the year. Everyone is rejuvenated from the summer, campus is beautiful and warm and there’s new energy in the air. So far my fall has been full of warm weather, juice from the new juice bar, Bid Day, caf soup, lab trips to nature centers, library nights, turning leaves, farm frolics, soccer games, senior privilege, harvest fest at the farm, reconnecting with friends at alumni weekend, settling in, keeping busy, CSE interning and trying new things. Senior year is already going too fast but we’re all trying to make the most of it. Happy fall!

- Carson ‘15

Last night the Dickinson College Music Society took a trip to see the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. They performed an incredible program of works by Higdon, Korngold, Williams and Rachmaninoff and featured violinist James Ehnes.

Isabel ‘15

Enjoying Rose-Walters Prize-winner James Balog’s talk tonight, called “The Art and Science of Chasing Ice.” I can’t wait to hear what he has to say about his work creating a “visual voice” for our changing climate. Even though I may be a psych major, I’m sure I have a lot to learn from Mr. Balog, and the way he is combining art and science to provide us all with powerful images that document the change in our environmental landscape.

-Jess Snydman ‘15

New mascots?

The most adorable part of my weekend was catching these pretty pups at Dickinson’s Dog House, a special interest house where students raise service dogs. Among this litter: Bermuda, Bahama, Rico, Montego, and Fiji (the “island” litter!).

Keep calm and pet puppies, friends!

-Aaron ‘15

First juice from the Juicebox: spinach, Granny Smith apples, celery, and wheat grass. It was delicious.

-Nick ‘16

Kappa Alpha Theta is ready for sorority recruitment to begin! Our first Welcome Round is tonight, and we can’t wait to meet all of the Potential New Members (PNMs)!!!! I love this group of girls, they’ve been a huge part of my Dickinson experience!

For more information on sorority recruitment and the PanHellenic Council, go to the “Panhel at Dickinson” group on Facebook!

-Jessica ‘15

Senior Year

Senior Year feels different than I thought it would. Although I came back from being abroad last spring, I still see the campus with a sense of nostalgia. I’ve noticed myself reminiscing on little moments like a random memory with a friend on Morgan field, or eating in the Caf with a classmate watching all the new students experience the Kove for the first time. This first week of classes has reminded me of my early years at Dickinson, and I cannot wait to see what is to come.

- Maddie

Senior life at Dickinson College is treating me well! I’m loving having my own space to decorate. This is an odd year, I’m feeling my impending adulthood approaching. And while I’m ready for it, I’m going to miss the comfort provided by college life. Here’s to making this year one to remember 
-Sena ‘15 

Senior life at Dickinson College is treating me well! I’m loving having my own space to decorate. This is an odd year, I’m feeling my impending adulthood approaching. And while I’m ready for it, I’m going to miss the comfort provided by college life. Here’s to making this year one to remember 

-Sena ‘15 

The Media Center assistants got introduced to the brand new Maker Space, “The Makery,” in the basement of Bosler today! There’s so much cool stuff to do…will post more when I work tomorrow night!

-Nick ‘16

I really should be either sleeping or packing, seeing as I move back to Dickinson in t-minus 12 hours. However, I find myself sitting on my floor with my cat rather annoyingly kneading my leg like bread dough, thinking more about this impending senior year than actually preparing for it. I really only just moved back to the states less than 2 weeks ago and these past few days have been a blur. I miss Germany like crazy and I’m already planning my return, however there are a few great things about being home

  1. Food. 
  2. Friends/Family.
  3. Felines.

Those three things are pictured above and they make my life a much better place when they are around (especially the chipotle, I guess family isn’t too bad either ;) 

But I keep thinking "Where did these three years go?" I’m not sure if I’m ready or not but senior year, here we go. 

Danette’15

niqbailey:

Saying goodbye to Freshman Grover: The top ID taken on move in day 2012, the bottom ID taken this morning. Two years of college down, two to go 

Got a new ID today!

-Nick ‘16

[My Dad’s name tag from move in yesterday.] My parents are super proud to be Dickinson Parents.

-Nick ‘16