The College's inaugural Human Rights Awareness Week kicks off Monday.
The new trustees have experience in real estate, law, publishing and charity accountability.
Children will get hands-on lessons in preparing fossils, identifying dinosaurs and more.
F&M student-athletes will hand out candy and hold a variety of ghoulishly fun contests.
The Lancaster Loop links students to downtown Lancaster, Park City Center and Manor Shopping Center.
Students and administrators take part in the induction ceremony at the Chrysler Building in New York.
Amanda Kemp takes her latest performance to Carmen and David's Creamery and the Lancaster Quaker Meeting.
On Oct. 13, members of the College's professional staff are invited to hear President John Fry preview the 2010 fiscal year.
The annual drive benefits the most critical health and human service needs in Lancaster County.
Recent publications by Franklin & Marshall faculty, professional staff and students.