There is no such thing as a typical day for Janice Kaufman, academic department coordinator in biology.
Gregory Schwartz ’11 is on the fast track to success as a research student—and corrects errors by research mathematicians along the way.
Ann Boyd Barshinger W’43 makes a Franklin & Marshall education more affordable for some promising students of modest means.
The latest Franklin & Marshall College Poll examines Pennsylvania races and asks voters about state tax proposals.
With a distinctive voice in the language of movement, Tori Lawrence ’10 presents a site-specific dance installation.
Joe Thompson and his students, known as "The Squid Squad," embark on a new project with a grant from the National Science Foundation.
Gloria Steinem's visit to campus is just the latest in a series of events the Alice Drum Women's Center has helped to organize in honor of 40 Years of Coeducation.
An inquisitive mind helps Nitzy Bustamante ’11 prepare for a career in neuroscience.
President John Fry, who has overseen unprecedented academic growth at Franklin & Marshall, begins a new job on Aug. 1.