Jennifer Gay '13 had a dilemma. It was time to choose a research project, but she was equally interested in two topics. The College's first public health major opted to pursue both.
The F&M Office of Conference and Events Services has been working on logistics and accommodations for more than 39,000 guests expected on campus between mid-May and mid-August. Plans and preparations have been in the works for months to organize the dozens of activities and to utilize available space on campus, including athletic facilities, performance venues, classrooms and the College Houses.
Designed to build sustainable relationships between the College and the community, F&M Works in Lancaster provided F&M students this year with work opportunities at various nonprofit organizations where they further developed leadership skills and awareness of community issues.
The video "Commencement Weekend 2013" shows highlights of a graduation weekend full of celebration and reflection for members of the Class of 2013 as they marked the culmination of their undergraduate careers.
Alexis Rae Teevens '13 arrived at Franklin & Marshall College four years ago quiet and shy, not sure what she wanted to pursue other than competitive athletics. Four years later, she is F&M's Williamson Medalist.
Franklin & Marshall's Class of 2013 faces challenges in the 21st century that will demand men and women be agents of change for the nation, and the world, to progress, Melanne S. Verveer said during the College's Commencement ceremony May 11.
Franklin & Marshall College honored dozens of graduating seniors, including the recipient of the inaugural Dick Winters '41 Award for Perseverance and Leadership, at the Senior Awards Ceremony Friday, May 10.
For Brittany Guidos '13, a trip to Guatemala laid the foundation for another international adventure -- one that helped define her undergraduate career.
A double major in history and German, Phil Ehrig '13 reflects on his individualized experiences at F&M.
A majority of voters believe Pennsylvania is on the wrong track, and Gov. Tom Corbett's job approval rating remains low among the electorate, according to the latest Franklin & Marshall College Poll.