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Faced with the challenge of expressing a highly technical math idea called negatively curved space, Professor of Mathematics Barbara Nimershiem discovered her solution in an unlikely medium.
Longtime Franklin & Marshall employee Chuck Leayman, a well-known and beloved figure on campus, died of injuries suffered when he was struck by a car on Lemon Street in Lancaster Jan. 18. He was 68.
Growing up in a town in the shadow of a federal nuclear laboratory, Kelly McMasters wondered how she could contribute to the memory of those residents sickened -- in some cases fatally -- from cancer...