Franklin & Marshall College's 225th anniversary video, "Beyond 225: Inspired for Life," premiered Nov. 29, 2012, at a gala in New York City's Jazz at Lincoln Center, where hundreds of members of the F&M community gathered for one of the signature events in F&M's yearlong celebration of its 225th anniversary this academic year.
From imaginative new work to the reconstruction of a classic, Franklin & Marshall College students and faculty members are preparing to deliver energy and elegance to audiences in the Roschel Performing Arts Center this weekend.
Scott Lerner, the Arthur and Katherine Shadek Professor of Humanities and French and Italian at F&M, interprets the unprecedented visit in 1986 by Pope John Paul II to the Great Synagogue in Rome.
The Franklin & Marshall College community is rallying to the aid of people in areas decimated by Hurricane Sandy.
Just blocks from the site on Mifflin Street where Franklin College held its first classes more than two centuries ago, hundreds of members of the Franklin & Marshall community gather to celebrate the College's 225th anniversary.
State of the Environment, a nationally touring exhibit featuring a series of environmental-themed photographs from across the country, is on display at F&M through Nov. 20.
David Schuyler, the Arthur and Katherine Shadek Professor of Humanities and American Studies, and fellow historian David Stameshkin, retired F&M associate dean and prefect emeritus of Bonchek College House, recounted highlights of the College's 225-year history during a talk titled "Picture This: Images and Stories of F&M's History," during a Nov. 8 Common Hour.
Nearly two decades after a children's concert kindled her love of music, F&M violinist Alexandra Moody '13 comes full circle by organizing a similar event for children in local elementary schools.
F&M students learn about Russian history and experience local culture during a two-week trip led by Assistant Professor of Russian Jon Stone, who is organizing a similar trip next year.
Two Franklin & Marshall College government professors offered their views for "2012 Election Reactions," two videos reflecting on the outcome of the heated contest between President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney -- and what's next for the United States.