Pennsylvania’s inability to pass a budget for fiscal 2010 has had a profound effect on the favorability and job-performance ratings of the state’s leaders, according to the latest Franklin & Marshall College Poll.
Arriving from as far away as Armenia, Hawaii and Hong Kong, first-year students will be greeted on Aug. 28 by an efficient, cheerful and helpful crew of movers.
Soon, you may be able to buy and sell shares of local companies such as Isaac’s Deli or Wolfgang Candy.
The College Web site was redesigned to appeal to first-time users and has been successful in accomplishing this goal.
F&M Research Associate FlorenceMae Waldron spends the summer at the American Immigration Revisited Summer Institute, where she is working as a National Endowment for the Humanities Scholar.
This summer, 14 Franklin & Marshall students embarked on a 19-day whirlwind tour through some of the most famous—and some of the most remote—sights in China.
The findings of this research may ultimately contribute to our understanding of the ability of organisms to survive in the face of human-induced stresses, including climate change.
A new initiative at Franklin & Marshall will help professors, researchers and students gain an informed approach to understanding the Sudan.
At the University of Maryland’s prestigious Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program this summer, Kaitlin Traister ’10 is examining the interaction of liquid crystal with nanoscale materials.
A completely seamless integration of your cell phone, home phone, instant-messaging and video-conferencing services is the unified vision behind Assistant Professor of Computer Science Janardhan Iyengar’s summer research project.