Welcome to the world of Ultimate Frisbee, where players mix sportsmanship with a healthy dose of intensity in fast-paced competition.
The Catastrophic Relief Alliance is poised for a return trip to Galveston, a town still recovering from the ravages of Hurricane Ike.
A sizeable proportion of residents are experiencing economic hardship, according to the latest Franklin & Marshall College Poll.
Armed with data, Rick Moog spreads the philosophy of guided inquiry learning.
The College's textbook manager sells plenty of history books, but you might mistake him for a historian himself.
Two projects celebrating 40 years of coeducation will be unveiled at a launch party on Homecoming weekend.
Teaching is a second career for Lisa Calvano, who brings a zest for sustainable business to the Department of Business, Organizations & Society.
Jaime Blair helps a new generation of scientists integrate traditional research methods with bioinformatics.
Representatives of more than 80 institutions will visit campus to speak with students and alumni.