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F&M Names Matthew Eynon Vice President for College Advancement

Matthew Eynon, associate vice president for capital giving at Boston College, will join Franklin & Marshall College as vice president for college advancement in early fall

High-Achievers from Across U.S. Drawn to F&M College Prep

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEContact: Jason Klinger / 717-291-3913 / jason.klinger@fandm.eduHigh-Achievers from Across U.S. Drawn to F&M College Prep LANCASTER, Pa.—Nineteen high-school students line up along a wall in Room…

Expert on Student Outcomes to Guide Franklin & Marshall Effots

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Cass Cliatt / 717-291-3904 / LANCASTER, Pa.—In a major step toward Franklin & Marshall's commitment to national leadership in effectively supporting students from all backgrounds for…

Statue in Normandy Commemorates Leadership of F&M Alumnus Maj. Richard D. Winters

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Contact: Jason Klinger / 717-291-3913 / On an overcast June 6 morning reminiscent of D-Day in 1944, the World War II Foundation memorialized the leadership of one of Franklin…

$1.4 Million HHMI Grant Bolsters F&M's Investment in Health of Community

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Contact: Jason Klinger / 717-291-3913 / LANCASTER, Pa.—It’s just past 4 p.m. on a Friday in mid-May in the Barshinger Life Sciences & Philosophy Building at Franklin & Marshall College.…

F&M Professor Receives Grant to Explore Role of Love in Decision-Making

Professor of Philosophy Bennett Helm is part of a $1 million grant project that aims to broaden the interdisciplinary dialogue on love and human agency. 

F&M Art Display ‘Circuitous Routes’ Winds Its Way to New York

A wide-ranging exhibition of art by 15 artists affiliated with the Department of Art & Art History travels to New York City for a three-week run at BronxArtSpace.

Backpacks Against Depression: Send Silence Packing Comes to F&M April 3

A traveling display designed to encourage an open dialogue about mental health comes to F&M's Hartman Green.

Mayor of the City of New York Michael R. Bloomberg to Speak at 2012 Commencement Ceremony

The Mayor of the City of New York will address the Class of 2012 on Saturday, May 12.

New Urban Wildlife Research Program Seeks Help Tracking Coyotes, Foxes

The Wohlsen Center for the Sustainable Environment is looking for a few thousand sets of sharp eyes.