Candidates in primary races for governor and U.S. senator remain unknown to voters, according to the latest Franklin & Marshall College Poll.
A new neighbor with a familiar name will join the College House community in May 2011.
Judy Woodruff, senior correspondent and co-anchor of The PBS NewsHour, will serve as Commencement speaker.
Members of the Student-Managed Investment Portfolio learn firsthand about the challenges facing the banking industry.
A veteran of helicopter missions in South Korea, Bryan Stinchfield lands at F&M as an assistant professor in business, organizations & society.
The F&M water polo club splashes into the Collegiate Water Polo Association.
Kenneth Duberstein ’65 and William Gray ’63 discuss the Obama administration at F&M's inaugural weekly, campus-wide gathering.
Four applications developed at the College hit the iTunes Store, providing a new medium for instruction.
The Philadelphia Alumni Writers House launches an innovative literary and visual arts project in Lancaster.
The curtain rises on Anything Goes, the latest full-scale production from F&M Players.