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.
The College community celebrates the latest milestone in the evolution of the College House system.
A class led by Kostis Kourelis taps into Lancaster's rich supply of religious architectural history.
Lawrence Bonchek, M.D., and Rita Bonchek, Ph.D., honor their daughter with a pristine space in the center of campus.
The Diplomats take on Oneonta State in their 21st trip to the NCAA Division III Tournament.
Eleni Manis brings an interest in democratic societies to the Department of Philosophy.
Republican Pat Toomey leads both Democratic candidates in the race for U.S. Senate, according to the latest Franklin & Marshall College Poll.
Part of the first generation of his family to attend college, Luis Murillo ’10 is off to medical school.