A $500,000 grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation brings renewed academic energy to the Phillips Museum of Art.
Dorothy Merritts and Robert Walter ’75 hope to restore the natural ecological function of the Lancaster County landscape.
Franklin & Marshall students have blazed an eclectic and comprehensive trail of high-quality research—and they are ready to share it with you.
Fronefield Crawford leads a team effort to learn more about a pulsar system 2,500 light years from Earth.
Talented and promising American writers bring diverse styles to the ninth annual Emerging Writers Festival.
The F&M Dance Company performs an exciting variety of visions and styles.
The revival of a Franklin & Marshall tradition has members of the campus community seeing stars.
Two F&M students will address the lead-poisoning problem in China as part of the Davis Projects for Peace initiative.
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.