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.
Students can meet with College alumni to discuss possible careers and gain networking skills.
Like the star for which it is named, the Polaris Science Center provides direction and guidance.
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.
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.
Four students intensify the global dialogue on climate change at the International Youth Summit on Energy and Climate Change.
Assistant Professor of Mathematics Christina Weaver looks forward to the challenges of the classroom.