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A group of student volunteers with Franklin & Marshall College's Catastrophic Relief Alliance spent January in New Orleans rebuilding homes destroyed by Hurricane Katrina 10 years ago.
While most college students set their sights on securing a job after they graduate, two first-year Franklin & Marshall students launched their own businesses before they even stepped foot on campus.
Writing is a process that is enigmatic to even the most accomplished writers, says author Peter Rock, who will be at Franklin & Marshall College Jan. 29 to honor the winners of the 2015 Jerome Irving...