Abstract artist Bill Hutson gives the bulk of his art collection to Franklin & Marshall, one of the largest gifts in the College's history.
F&M students travel to Guatemala to identify service gaps in the nation's public health system.
As tax season kicks into high gear, student volunteers provide assistance to local citizens.
Emily Huber brings a passion for medieval literature to the Department of English
Members of the College community will be able to get a crash course on a range of environmental issues in the coming weeks.
A new neighbor with a familiar name will join the College House community in May 2011.
Megan Lello '10 gains professional broadcasting experience on the airwaves of WITF-FM.
Creativity is Wyatt Putt's calling card, whether he holds a sauté pan, menu lineup...or a chainsaw.
F&M students will embark on a medical mission to educate and treat people in one of the Western Hemisphere's poorest nations.
Candidates in primary races for governor and U.S. senator remain unknown to voters, according to the latest Franklin & Marshall College Poll.