More than 3,000 members of the Franklin & Marshall College community enjoyed summery weather for autumn's three-day Homecoming & Family Weekend, as change seemed to mark the Oct. 4-6 event at every turn on campus.
As a Hackman Scholar, junior David Kime worked with Assistant Professor of Film and Media Studies Jeremy Moss on a project, "Trials of Celluloid: Endeavors in Moving Image Art," that placed Kime center stage in the process of making films.
America is in a transformative era, one in which carbon-based energies are in a competitive clash with solar, wind and geothermal energies, environmental advocate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. told several hundred people who packed Mayser Gymnasium on the Franklin Marshall College campus Thursday for Common Hour.
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A wild foods workshop, a talk by renowned environmentalist Robert F. Kennedy Jr., and a trash-inspired fashion show are some of the highlights of Franklin & Marshall College's Sustainability Week, which began Sunday, Sept. 29, and continues through Saturday, Oct. 5.
Reflecting Franklin & Marshall College's leadership in initiatives to promote college success for talented students from all backgrounds, F&M President Daniel R. Porterfield is one of four college presidents nationwide participating as a panelist in NBC News' 'Education Nation' Summit 2013.
The Homecoming & Family Weekend, Oct. 4-6, has dozens of events for students, parents, alumni and faculty to share, learn and cheer -- from the tailgate party that this year is under a huge tent on Hartman Green, to the research fair and lectures, to the football game against F&M's rival of 124 years, Dickinson College.
Senior Sloane Markley and Associate Professor of Government Stephen Medvic evaluated data from the 2012 presidential election to determine the effectiveness of campaigns. They took the opinion of experts in the field of political science and plotting it against the data in pre-election polls of voters.
Continuing its commitment to providing educational opportunities for talented students from all backgrounds, Franklin & Marshall College has selected five students from Lancaster County to receive awards through the Franklin & Marshall College Faculty and Professional Staff (FPS) Scholarship Fund.
Americans have been putting on the pounds the last 30 years, but it wasn't because prosperity and technology made us sedentary. The cause is much simpler than that. We're eating too much, says consumer activist and author Marion Nestle.