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.
F&M student Anthony Wishard '13 sharpens his research and critical thinking skills during a collaborative project with Associate Professor of Chemistry Jennifer Morford.
Several familiar faces will return to Franklin & Marshall this week to help the College community wish a "happy birthday" to the Alice Drum Women's Center.
What will it take to effectively reverse educational inequality in the United States? The answer is powerfully simple, said Wendy Kopp, CEO and founder of Teach For America and Teach For All. "The core of the solution is leadership."
Associate Professor of Sociology Jerome Hodos earns the Urban History Association's Kenneth Jackson Best Book Award for exploring the social impact of globalization in Manchester and Philadelphia.
Sixteen Franklin & Marshall students travel to South Africa to help improve the lives of local residents and deepen the College's impact abroad.
Associate Professor of Anthropology Mary Ann Levine wins the American Anthropological Association's Committee on Gender Equity in Anthropology Award.