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You are viewing 7 posts for January 2013

Exhibition Exploring Role of Surveillance Opens Jan. 30 at F&M Phillips Museum

An exhibition of digital art highlighting the role of surveillance in Lancaster and the world will be on view from Jan. 30 to April 7 in the Rothman and Curriculum galleries of the Phillips Museum of Art at Franklin & Marshall College.


F&M Students, Alumni Aid Wildfire-Stricken Community in Texas

F&M's Catastrophic Relief Alliance travels to Bastrop County, Texas, to help residents rebuild in the wake of a devastating wildfire that destroyed almost 1,700 homes.


F&M Scholar Earns National Honor From American Chemical Society

A national award from the American Chemical Society (ACS) would be a significant career achievement for most chemistry professors. For Conrad Stanitski, it also brings a career full-circle -- and has deep emotional resonance.


F&M in the News 2013

A selection of local and national news stories highlighting Franklin & Marshall College and its students, faculty, staff and alumni in 2013.


'Whistleblowers' Discuss Accountability at F&M Common Hour

Rick Piltz and Ken Kendrick discussed their experiences as whistleblowers for the College's first Common Hour gathering of the spring semester, also a stop on the Government Accountability Project (GAP)'s "Whistleblower Tour: Essential Voices for Accountability." 


F&M Players Presents 'Once on This Island'

It might be the middle of January, but a group of students is ready to bring a dose of the tropics to the Franklin & Marshall campus.


Familiar Faces Join F&M's Department of Public Safety

A new insourcing measure by Franklin & Marshall College has made a few familiar faces around campus part of the F&M "family."