Taste F&M's organic vegetable garden in some of the soups at the Fair Trade Café, part of the Sept. 22-26 Sustainability Week celebration.
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 eyewitness to 9/11, Artie Van Why tells a Common Hour audience how his life, the nation and the world changed forever that morning.
In late August, 24 students embarked on a four-day backpacking trip through a section of the Appalachian Trail in Pennsylvania and Maryland.
Technology now provides another means by which colleges can obtain greater academic research and institutional support.
An F&M math major used biology to research more effective, less costly mosquito traps that could help save money and ultimately lives.
An F&M professor and his student researcher used the latest tool in archeology, the drone, to survey abandoned Greek villages.
Sept. 16, 2014: Women's Center Welcome
First-year students talk about their experience with Putting it Together in the Community, a four-day service initiative that kicks off the academic year.
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