Tell us about your Dickinson experience. I met my best friend, my husband Mike Huber ’77, during the first evening of Dickinson’s freshman orientation in late August 1973. Our freshman halls were paired up for a social in KW Round Room. My whole hall attended the function as a group. Mike’s roommate didn’t attend, and that was the best luck I ever had, because Mike started talking to me! We found that we had much in common … playing sports, big close-knit families, we loved to laugh and tell stories, we didn’t know anyone at the college yet, and we weren’t sure what we would major in. Our experience together at Dickinson was one of maturation as young adults, both socially and academically. We studied hard, had part-time jobs, played on intramural and intercollegiate sports teams, engaged in Greek life and made many lifelong friends. It was a truly remarkable four years!