To study how people perceive male and female service workers, F&M's Emily Mooney went to Philadelphia's 30th Street Train Station, an East Coast crossroad.
He arrived at Franklin & Marshall College ready to play basketball, and then excelled on the court and in the classroom as a pre-med student.
With assistance from her students, Professor Christine Phillips-Piro is working on a procedure that could one day identify difficult-to-detect pollutants.
Primatologist and conservationist Jane Goodall brought the voice of the chimpanzee to Franklin & Marshall's packed Mayser Gymnasium.
People are defined by their humanity, and their humanity is a complexity of emotion and reason, says Philosophy Professor Bennett Helm.
F&M senior Nathan Gill's project leads him to stories about incidents in 4th and 5th century Egyptian monasteries.
April 24: TEDx at F&M
Watch teams of F&M students and faculty design, build, and present ideas for a house that could meet the needs of a 21st-century family of four.
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