New tenure-track professor Etienne Gagnon uses ultrafast lasers to study motion in molecules on the order of femtoseconds.
Professor Van Gosse becomes part of a speakers bureau comprising some of the leading historians in the country.
The first in a four-part series on the student leaders of Franklin & Marshall's College Houses.
The College installs meters in residence halls to deliver live data on energy-consumption rates.
For Cassandra Holtmann ’12, summer research means laboring in the hot sun and uncovering layers of dirt—centimeters at a time.
Using a "Gaze Tracker" system, Johnny Lawrence ’11 explores the situational awareness of drivers with Professor D. Alfred Owens.
Amy Myers, M.D., brings an interest in pet therapy to her new role in Appel Health Services.
Races for U.S. Senate and governor in Pennsylvania remain largely unchanged since August, according to the latest Franklin & Marshall College Poll.
Professor Jennifer Kibbe discusses the challenges of reforming the nation's sprawling intelligence community.
This week's Common Hour offered a chance to look at the role of athletics and recreation at Franklin & Marshall.