A selection of local and national news stories highlighting Franklin & Marshall College and its students, faculty, staff and alumni in 2011.
Professor Tony Chemero, the 22nd winner of the Bradley R. Dewey Award for Outstanding Scholarship, discusses his work in cognitive science.
The talent of F&M students takes center stage at an annual philanthropic event organized by Kappa Delta sorority.
Peace activist Leymah Gbowee accepts global recognition in the name of women who work for peace, equality and justice around the world.
Coach Melissa Mariano receives multiple honors after leading the F&M field hockey team to a 17-4 record and a berth in the NCAA Sweet 16.
A student project designed to benefit Cambodia's education system remains on track—and a year ahead of schedule.
Ted Yoder ’12 writes an award-winning paper on the Riemann Hypothesis, a famously unsolved problem in mathematics.
Nick Kroll's academic journey has taken him from a small tech school to the Ivy League, and seemingly everywhere in between.
Eighteen Diplomats earn academic honors from the Centennial Conference.
Assistant Professor of Government Linda Hasunuma joins a "new generation" of Japan specialists from across the U.S.