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A tractor this spring spread compost made from Franklin & Marshall College's food waste over Sponaugle-Williamson Field. The practice is designed to build healthier turf, but it's also an example of the College's campus-wide efforts at sustainability
Reunion Weekend Remarks, as prepared, by Daniel R. Porterfield, Ph.D., president of Franklin & Marshall College, June 7, 2014, to the alumni classes ending in "4" and "9."
The Franklin & Marshall College, Office of Admission has hired Donna Sheehan to fill the vacant position of Volunteer Program Coordinator/Admission Assistant.
In partnership with Facilities, ITS will be upgrading TEN spaces this summer. These include: Stager 114, Kaufman 104 and Keiper 200. Four classrooms will receive new projection systems: Keiper 100, 101 and 210, as well as Stager 316. Two classrooms in Meyran will be upgraded. Druker Commons will receive a large wall-mounted LCD.
Dipnic Wiffleball Challenge Commissioner Suzanna Richter and sports maven and Brooks College House Dean Roger Godin provide a play-by-play recap of the 23rd annual Dipnic Wiffleball Challenge played on May 13.
Weekly summer potluck dinners are 5:30 p.m. Wednesdays in Franklin & Marshall College's Black Cultural Center, 615 College Ave. Come, share food and thought with students at this Office of Multicultural Affair's event.
The Franklin & Marshall College Office of Admission is excited to announce the hiring of Helen Long to fill a vacant position on the admission counselor team.