Franklin & Marshall College's New College House has received one of the highest designations for sustainable building under the U.S. Green Building Council's Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) program.
Audiences attending a play about witches opening Oct. 25 at Franklin & Marshall College might feel a particular resonance between its themes and the current political season. The Department of Theatre, Dance and Film will present "Vinegar Tom" Thursday, Oct. 25, through Sunday, Oct. 28, in the Roschel Performing Arts Center.
The relationship between religion and technology is the focus of a conference that will bring three noted professors in the field to Franklin & Marshall College Saturday, Oct. 27.
As part of efforts to help families confront the challenges of college affordability and rising student loan debt, Franklin & Marshall College is launching a two-year pilot program in financial aid packaging to learn if the prospect of reduced indebtedness affects college choice.
A panel of constitutional law and government experts will discuss the landmark U.S. Supreme Court "Citizens United" labor case in a televised forum starting at 12:45 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 18, at Franklin & Marshall College.
A documentary film honoring the life and leadership of one of Franklin & Marshall College's most distinguished alumni, the late Maj. Richard Winters '41, will make its world premiere Oct. 18, at F&M's Barshinger Center for the Musical Arts.
A group exhibition featuring the work of renowned sculptor and performance artist James Nestor and 18 of his former students from around the country, will be on view Sept. 15-Dec. 1 at Franklin & Marshall College’s Phillips Museum of Art.
Jack Madden '14 made a rare discovery in a research lab at F&M. He found a pulsar in a satellite galaxy of the Milky Way called the Large Magellanic Cloud. Madden is the first F&M student to discover a pulsar.
William McHale, a law enforcement veteran who served with the Pennsylvania State Police for nearly three decades, joined Franklin & Marshall College Monday, Sept. 10, as the new director of public safety.
Franklin & Marshall College will celebrate 225 years of academic excellence, scholarship and service with a yearlong celebration beginning later this month.