F&M's Hartman Green hosts a traveling display designed to encourage an open dialogue about mental health.
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.
Former U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum no longer holds a commanding lead in his home state, according to the latest Franklin & Marshall College Poll.
Franklin & Marshall students empower local refugees through the production and sale of artisanal products.
F&M's collaboration with the Clinic for Special Children draws attention to the College's hands-on, liberal arts approach to learning.
A profile on Barton Linderman ’12 is the third installment of the 2011-12 series on the student leaders of Franklin & Marshall's College Houses.
Hundreds of members of the F&M community will unite in the battle against cancer on March 30.
Men's basketball standout guard Georgio Milligan ’12 earns national recognition after leading the Diplomats to the Elite Eight.
Alex Nading, a medical and environmental anthropologist, joins the Department of Anthropology at F&M.
"Life is Pandemonium" opens in the Green Room Theatre on Thursday, March 22, at 8 p.m.