The College will award 472 Bachelor of Arts degrees and four honorary degrees on Saturday, May 15.
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.
A math and physics double major and computer science minor, Ted Yoder ’12 finds time to apply for—and win—a Goldwater Scholarship.
The annual exhibition featuring works by student artists remains open until Friday, May 7, in the Phillips Museum of Art.
A new program is designed to explore a broad range of scientific and public policy questions.
Aspiring teacher Rachel Packer ’10 joins a community of fellows who have demonstrated a commitment to teaching high school science.
The College salutes 14 retiring members of the faculty and professional staff and three employees for 25 years of service.
Franklin & Marshall students prepare to work on topics ranging from driving behavior to race relations—and just about everything in between.
For Brian Silberman, a story of tragedy becomes the basis for an original dramatic work.