Thousands of guests gather under brilliant sunshine for the College's 223rd Commencement ceremony.
After an undergraduate career filled with real-world experience, imaginative research and community service, Erik Kelly ’10 wins the Williamson Medal.
Sean Flaherty ’73, professor of economics, is the 2010 recipient of the Lindback Distinguished Teaching Award, the College's highest teaching honor.
The Diplomats open their NCAA title defense against Brockport State on Saturday, May 15, at 1:30 p.m.
Joe Sestak has a narrow advantage over incumbent Arlen Specter among Democrats who are likely to vote, according to the latest Franklin & Marshall College Poll.
The College will award 472 Bachelor of Arts degrees and four honorary degrees on Saturday, May 15.
Working with visually-impaired children leaves a lasting impression on Alexander Moreta ’10.
A project designed to spark local investment in central Pennsylvania hits a much bigger stage.
Academic achievement and civic engagement take center stage as the College honors exceptional students.
Cat Serpe ’12, who scored the equalizer that forced overtime in the 2009 NCAA Division III championship game, provides the difference against rival Gettysburg.