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Honoring Distinguished Service

The College salutes 14 retiring members of the faculty and professional staff and three employees for 25 years of service. 

A Summer Spent in Research

Franklin & Marshall students prepare to work on topics ranging from driving behavior to race relations—and just about everything in between.

Students Stage Faculty-Written Drama

For Brian Silberman, a story of tragedy becomes the basis for an original dramatic work. 

Celebrating a Career in Medicine

Marianne Kelly, M.D., director of student health services, looks back on her 22 years at Franklin & Marshall

Gulati Wins Distinguished Service Award

Systems Librarian Andy Gulati receives the 2010 Richard Kneedler Distinguished Service Award.

Everhart Studies Ecology of Alpine Lakes

A grizzly bear sighting is just one adventure for Jennifer Everhart ’11 during her research trip to the Canadian Rockies.

Sustaining a Search for History

Led by Shawn Jenkins ’10, students and faculty members try to locate the site of a time capsule buried in 1990.

Burness Named Interim President; Search Committee Completed

John F. Burness ’67, former senior vice president at Duke University, assumes his new duties on July 1. 

Mellon Grant to Benefit Phillips Museum, Curriculum

A $500,000 grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation brings renewed academic energy to the Phillips Museum of Art.

Filtering Through the Landscape's History

Dorothy Merritts and Robert Walter ’75 hope to restore the natural ecological function of the Lancaster County landscape.