Assistant Professor of Mathematics Christina Weaver looks forward to the challenges of the classroom.
Family members of students will have plenty of options when they descend on campus for the annual ritual of festivities Oct. 2-4.
Working at a liberal arts college might be the perfect job for Christine Yerkes, a woman of diverse passions and interests.
Using spring beauty plants, Jorge Mena-Alí studies the dynamics of disease transmission across species.
The latest Franklin & Marshall College Poll is the first to focus on health-care policy, an area of academic strength for the College.
After months of preparation and planning, the student-run Emergency Medical Service program has taken flight.
Armed with a $171,619 grant from the National Science Foundation, Janardhan Iyengar aims to help users drive innovation.
In a demanding job market, the Selective Liberal Arts Consortium offers students the opportunity to participate in regional interview days with a wide range of employers.
Kelly McCutcheon ’11 and Elizabeth Bushong ’10 take part in National Science Foundation research programs as recipients of the Clare Boothe Luce Scholarship.
What can a trip to Abercrombie & Fitch teach you about nonverbal communication? Quite a lot, according to Susan Andrzejewski, Franklin & Marshall College’s new assistant professor of Business, Organizations and Society.