A half-century of Franklin & Marshall College graduating classes, those whose years end in "4" and "9," will converge on campus June 6-8 for Reunion Weekend 2014.
Efforts to help local communities in the Ivory Coast city of Bouake rebuild in the aftermath of two separate civil wars have earned two Franklin & Marshall College students a prestigious Projects for Peace grant.
With a well-established community of veterans and an influx of new Iraqi immigrants, the Lancaster area has experienced the lasting effects of the Iraq War in a way that provided a group of Franklin & Marshall College students a unique glimpse into the personal costs of war.
Less than a week before Pennsylvania's May 20 primary election, businessman Tom Wolf maintains the lead he has held since the Democratic gubernatorial nomination race began in January, according to the latest Franklin & Marshall College Poll.
As they embark on paths toward professional careers or post-graduate studies, members of Franklin & Marshall College's Class of 2014 were urged by ABC News anchor George Stephanopoulos to take chances and embrace lifelong learning.
Meet Michael Haines '14, this year's Franklin & Marshall College Williamson Medal recipient. After four years of serving as a mentor to his classmates and local high school students, providing tremendous leadership in the classroom and on the football field, and pursuing with dynamic intellect and insatiable curiosity a major in American studies, Haines can say he got the most out of his F&M experience.
As a throng of family and friends looked on, dozens of graduating Franklin & Marshall College seniors were honored May 9 at the College's annual Senior Awards Ceremony.
More than 3,000 family members and friends are expected to fill Franklin & Marshall College's Alumni Sports & Fitness Center May 10 to celebrate the graduates of F&M's Class of 2014.
Five Franklin & Marshall College seniors set to graduate May 10 and four alumnae received distinguished scholarships for post-graduate work this year, including the Fulbright Fellowship and the Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowship.
Two Franklin & Marshall College students have been selected for the U.S. Department of State's prestigious Critical Language Scholarship to study Arabic abroad.