Spring 2009 - Susan Stewart '73, well-known poet and cultural critic. She currently is the Annan Professor of English at Princeton University. Talk: "Learning to Write: A Discussion with Susan Stewart." Please visit the web site noting Susan Stewart's recent visit to Dickinson.
Spring 2008 - Christopher Kennedy '85, sports writer/editor for The Republican, Springfield, Massachusetts. Talk: "Local Today, Pro Tomorrow" and Brock Clarke '90, associate professor of English, University of Cincinnati and award-winning author. Talk: "It's Better to Write About An Arsonist Than Be One, and Other Lessons I Learned at Dickinson"
Spring 2007 - Nicole Dispenziere-Pitcher ’99, a caseworker within the special educational needs team in East Sussex, England. Talk: "Living, Learning and Working Abroad: A Graduate's Experience" and Alison Taylor ’76, deputy general counsel for the state of Pennsylvania under the Governor's Office. Talk: "Life's Opportunities"
Spring 2006 - Kerry Folan ’01, editor of Women in the Arts magazine. Talk: "Great Expectations or Bleak House: What Can You Expect Your First Five Years After Dickinson?" and Ron Simon ’73, curator of television at The Museum of Television & Radio. Talk: "From Shakespeare to The Simpsons : My Journey In Becoming a Television Curator"
Spring 2005 - Emily Wylie ’94, teacher at The Young Women's Leadership School in East Harlem. Talk: "Small Schoolteacher, Big Voice: Teaching and Writing in East Harlem" and Scott Barcalow ’92, mortgage banker at Bank America Corporation. Talk: "At Swim, One English Major: or Untie-ing the Corporation Man"
Spring 2004 - Eleanor Grant ’82, screenwriter at The National Geographic Society and David Snider ’93, school programs manager at The Shakespeare Theatre
Spring 2003 - Laura Seeff ’87, an epidemiologist at the Centers for Disease Control and John Balitis ’84, attorney with Fennemore Craig
Spring 2002 - Mara Nicastro '88, assistant headmaster at the Nora School and Byron Quann '61, president and CEO of the Whitaker Center for Science and the Arts
Spring 2001 - Christina Smith '91, senior marketing manager for Houghton Mifflin Publishers and David Brower '89, news anchor and correspondent for National Public Radio at WUNC
Spring 2000 - Suzanne Maas '72, director of the Boston Globe Charitable Foundation and Christine Nelson '85, curator of literary and historical manuscripts at the Pierpont Morgan Library