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You are viewing 7 posts for March 2013 in the Latest News section

'Textbooks Come to Life' as F&M Students, Professors Visit Hawaii

F&M's Department of Earth & Environment organizes a field trip to Hawaii for students to experience one of the most geologically active places on the planet.


F&M Production of 'Orlando' Explores Struggles, Triumphs of Love

An all-student cast will perform "Orlando," 7:30 p.m. April 4-7 at the Schnader Theater of the Roschel Performing Arts Center at Franklin & Marshall. The play, by Sarah Rhul, is adapted from Virginia Woolf's acclaimed novel "Orlando: A Biography."


Loyalty, Security, Suspicion: Dickstein '47 Gives F&M Students Tour of McCarthy Era

In a third-floor classroom in Franklin & Marshall's Stager Hall on March 20, a group of students learned more about disloyalty than they probably ever imagined -- from one of F&M's most loyal alumni.


Expert Panel to Discuss 'Building the New Economy' at F&M March 26

A panel of experts on banking, politics and the state economy will discuss "Building the New Economy" at a forum slated for 7 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 26, at Franklin & Marshall College.


F&M President Discusses 'Holistic' Approach to Education

F&M President Daniel R. Porterfield and Shawn Jenkins, special assistant to the Dean of the College for strategic projects, talk with "Higher Education Today."


Verveer, First U.S. Ambassador on Women's Issues, to Speak at F&M's 2013 Commencement

Melanne S. Verveer, the first U.S. ambassador-at-large for global women's issues and also chief of staff to First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton during the Clinton administration, will deliver Franklin & Marshall College's Commencement address Saturday, May 11.


College Offers New Major in Film and Media Studies

F&M students have a new opportunity to explore the complex roles film and media play in modern society through the College's new academic major in film and media studies.