Generations of F&M alumni join families of current students to help the College celebrate a milestone and launch into the future.
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.
A new system for human resources and payroll information at Franklin & Marshall College will soon eliminate various payroll and other paper documents and make it easier for employees to manage information online.
A documentary film about one of F&M's most distinguished alumni, "Dick Winters: Hang Tough," premiered at the College Thursday night. The film highlight's Winters' leadership qualities.
Representatives from more than 100 graduate, medical, law and business schools will visit Franklin & Marshall College next week to meet with students and alumni at the 2012 Graduate & Professional School Fair.
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.
Members of the Franklin & Marshall community attending the College's most festive annual event have 225 extra reasons to celebrate in 2012.
Jeff Schlossberg '14 and Jill Schwartz '13 contribute to The Frederick Law Olmsted Papers Project, helping to tell the story of America's original landscape architect.
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.