Members of Susan Dicklitch's Human Rights-Human Wrongs class translate the liberal arts from the classroom to the courtroom.
Rujing Huang '11 hits the spotlight as a finalist in the largest Asian singing contest held in North America
A grant from the National Science Foundation allows the College to explore the relationship between academic and applied research.
The accumulation of biological data keeps Jing Hu on the cutting edge of computer science innovation.
The College's textbook manager sells plenty of history books, but you might mistake him for a historian himself.
Welcome to the world of Ultimate Frisbee, where players mix sportsmanship with a healthy dose of intensity in fast-paced competition.
The Catastrophic Relief Alliance is poised for a return trip to Galveston, a town still recovering from the ravages of Hurricane Ike.
A sizeable proportion of residents are experiencing economic hardship, according to the latest Franklin & Marshall College Poll.
Armed with data, Rick Moog spreads the philosophy of guided inquiry learning.