Story 12/1/2016

Educating Impoverished Girls, Fighting Ebola Among...

For Katie Meyler, a 20-something volunteer doubting her ability to help impoverished girls in a war-ravaged African nation get schooling, the moment came as an epiphany.  “I got the best advice I...

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Story 11/29/2016

Observing How Birds Adapt in Changing Climates

From Alaska’s harsh climates and Wyoming’s high altitudes to more temperate conditions in Tennessee and New York, a Franklin & Marshall College biology professor is among a team of researchers...

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Story 11/28/2016

Studying the Social Nature of Capuchin Monkeys

Faced with two choices, each equally rewarded, the capuchins placed tokens in both striped and polka-dotted buckets. But when the dominant male favored only one type of bucket, other capuchins...

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December 07
event 12/7/2016

Writers House Community White Elephant Gift Exchange

Writers House Reading Room

Join us for our Annaul White Elephant gift exchange. For those who want to participate, bring...

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