In a 1901 sociology paper titled, “A Study of the Alumni of Dickinson College,” Harry E. Crow discusses former Dickinsonians and notes their current placements within the workforce – as professionals, teachers, diplomats, and many more. He explores the interests of the College and highlights Alumni support. He notes, “The advancement of the interests of the College means that advancement of the Alumni.” This past weekend, Dickinson hosted one of its Capital Campaign events catered to wealthy alums. They decorated the campus, delivered interesting speeches, and served the best food and drink. Is the advancement still solely based upon the alumni network of Dickinson or has Dickinson diversified its funding options?