Members of the College community celebrate the dedication of the first academic building named for a Franklin & Marshall alumna.
Jean Comaroff offers students a chance to meet a theoretical powerhouse in anthropology.
The student newspaper provides anyone with access to the Internet a chance to catch the latest news from around campus.
Uncovering history is what Kostis Kourelis does best, even in his own office.
The associate professor of theater is selected as a winner in the Half the Sky contest by columnist Nicholas Kristof for her Nepal Health Project.
Chris Matthews analyzes the current political landscape before 1,500 at the Alumni Sports and Fitness Center.
The wakeup call is early, and the climb is steep. At the top waits a full day of digging. But for several Franklin & Marshall students and faculty, it is the ultimate liberal arts experience.
The Departments of Earth and Environment and Chemistry embark on a sophisticated shopping trip to equip the College with state-of-the-art technology.
Students can meet with College alumni to discuss possible careers and gain networking skills.