A double major in history and German, Phil Ehrig '13 reflects on his individualized experiences at F&M.
A majority of voters believe Pennsylvania is on the wrong track, and Gov. Tom Corbett's job approval rating remains low among the electorate, according to the latest Franklin & Marshall College Poll.
Several Franklin & Marshall College students received prestigious fellowships this year.
The Donald B. and Dorothy L. Stabler Foundation, which launched an endowed scholarship fund at F&M in 2011, bolsters its commitment to the College and its students.
In his studies of perception and cognition at F&M, Brian Rivera '13 said the mind is what he most has questions about.
Some might say college is no laughing matter, but not Zoe Yellen '13. She's laughing all the way to her graduation.
Unlike her sisters who stayed close to home to attend college, Molly Thompson '13 decided to blaze another path, and found what she was looking for at Franklin & Marshall College.
Russell O'Connell, sculpture shop supervisor and Phillips Museum of Art exhibit designer and coordinator, is the 2013 recipient of F&M's Richard Kneedler Distinguished Service Award.
Finding gravitational waves in the universe is a career quest for one Franklin & Marshall College astronomy professor, and she could make this key discovery in a NASA Explorer mission set to launch in 2017.
Laurel Haitoff '15 dances in "A Chorus Line," which recently wrapped a three-week run at the Fulton Theatre, and "Dreamgirls," which opened April 23 and runs through May 12.