Associate Professor of Anthropology Mary Ann Levine wins the American Anthropological Association's Committee on Gender Equity in Anthropology Award.
President Barack Obama leads Republican challenger Mitt Romney by 11 percentage points among registered voters in Pennsylvania, according to the latest Franklin & Marshall College Poll.
Pioneering computer scientist Jaron Lanier told an audience at the Franklin & Marshall College Common Hour Sept. 20 that the nation has progressively relied on information produced by computers—to its detriment.
Environmentalist Bill McKibben described how he and seven college students began an international movement to change the world's understanding of global warming during a Common Hour talk at the Franklin & Marshall College Sept. 13.
William McHale, a law enforcement veteran who served with the Pennsylvania State Police for nearly three decades, joined Franklin & Marshall College Monday, Sept. 10, as the new director of public safety.
A Hackman Scholarship offers F&M student Jack Madden '14 a chance to make a rare discovery—160,000 light years from Earth.
On a cloudless Tuesday morning similar to Sept. 11, 2001, members of the F&M community gather to remember the victims of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
The "war" over health care is a century-old, uniquely American conflict that continues to rage this election season following the passage of "Obamacare," health care expert Paul Starr told a Franklin & Marshall College audience.
F&M unveils the Office of Student & Post-Graduate Development to help students and alumni explore potential career pathways and prepare them to compete for opportunities they seek.
Before most of their classmates began packing for college, 66 members of Franklin & Marshall's Class of 2016 arrived on campus Aug. 19 to continue an F&M tradition—and serve the Lancaster community.