Students will perform the acclaimed Sam Shepard play "A Lie of the Mind," which explores and challenges ideas about family, home, love, and memory through the story of two families reeling from a brutal act of domestic violence, Thursday through Sunday, Feb. 14-17, at Franklin & Marshall College.
Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond President Jeffrey Lacker '77 will give a talk titled "Economics and the Federal Reserve After the Financial Crisis," Tuesday, Feb. 12, at F&M.
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'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.
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.
A selection of local and national news stories highlighting Franklin & Marshall College and its students, faculty, staff and alumni in 2013.
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."
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.
A new insourcing measure by Franklin & Marshall College has made a few familiar faces around campus part of the F&M "family."