Now available, the September Faculty Focus, a regular recap of the achievements and published works of the faculty and professional staff at Franklin & Marshall College.
Jeff Moyer, farm manager at Rodale Institute, told the Common Hour audience on Sept. 25 that conventional farming -- with its over-tilling that robs soil of nutrients and its reliance on chemicals -- has taken the magic, and much of the quality nutrition, out of food.
With little more than a month before the Nov. 4 election, Democrat Tom Wolf maintains a double-digit lead over incumbent Pennsylvania Republican Gov. Tom Corbett among likely voters, 54 percent to 34 percent, according to the latest Franklin & Marshall College Poll.
Students of faith seeking spiritual fulfillment and fellowship will find many opportunities available to them at Franklin & Marshall College, which has a diverse and dynamic spiritual community. The various religious groups welcome everyone.
"Isn't it a tragedy to imagine the cure for Alzheimer's locked in the mind of a 5th grader who won't take science in college because we haven't built a robust STEM pipeline?" The prepared version of remarks Franklin & Marshall College President Daniel R. Porterfield delivered at the White House College Opportunity Initiative -- STEM Education Workshop in Boulder, Colo., on Sept. 22.
Eight months after playing a lead role at a special White House summit on access to higher education in America, Franklin & Marshall College President Daniel R. Porterfield on Sept. 22 addressed the White House's STEM Education Workshop at the University of Colorado, Boulder, where he called on colleges and universities to seek out and recruit more minorities and women to STEM fields.
Franklin & Marshall College is one of nine private colleges and universities nationwide forging new partnerships with Say Yes to Higher Education, which helps organize communities around the goals of making higher education accessible and affordable for every public high school graduate.
The organic vegetable garden at Franklin & Marshall College's Baker Campus produced a plethora of produce that students, staff and faculty get to taste in the soups sold at F&M's Fair Trade Café, just one example of the College's dedication to a sustainable campus that it will celebrate Sept. 22-26 with Sustainability Week.
A $5 million gift from prominent geologist David Lehman, a 1968 alumnus, will endow Franklin & Marshall College's standout, NCAA Division I wrestling program for generations of student-athletes to come.
Artie Van Why was at his desk in an office building just across the street from the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001, when the first plane hit. Within minutes, his life, the nation and the world would change forever. So began the story he shared.