High in the Canadian Rockies, an F&M student researcher and two of her biology professors are studying aspects of climate change.
Rodale Institute's Jeff Moyer told the Common Hour audience that organic farming can produce as much food as conventional, and save the soil.
Faithful and secular students will find common ground, fellowship, and diverse opportunities available to them at F&M.
F&M President Daniel R. Porterfield called on colleges and universities to find and recruit more minorities and women to STEM fields.
A major gift from prominent geologist David Lehman, a 1968 alumnus, will endow program operations for College's standout NCAA Division I wrestling program.
An F&M math major used biology to research more effective, less costly mosquito traps that could help save money and ultimately lives.
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Oct. 1, 2014: Autumn Creeps In
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