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A Well-rounded Research Experience

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. 


2009: The Summer of Code

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.  


Jinks Earns Lindback Award

Rob Jinks, associate professor of biology and chair of the Biology Department, is the 2009 recipient of the Lindback Distinguished Teaching Award, Franklin & Marshall's highest teaching honor.


Whiteside Receives Dewey Award

Kerry Whiteside, the Clair R. McCollough Professor of Government, is the 2009 recipient of the Bradley R. Dewey Award for Outstanding Scholarship, Franklin & Marshall’s highest honor for scholarship.


Making Her Passion Her Profession

The winner of the College’s most prestigious academic award to a student, Aditi Malik '09 has spent her undergraduate years putting her knowledge into practice.


Commencement Rerun

Did you miss Commencement? Even if you did not, you can now watch Gen. Powell's speech online, read about this memorable event and browse through the slideshow.


Incoming Class Flocks to Campus for Beginnings

Hundreds of members of the new, incoming first-year class arrive to embark upon their academic journeys at F&M—months before the first day of classes. 


Lacrosse Captures Second NCAA Championship

The victory makes Franklin & Marshall's women's lacrosse team the first program to earn a second national championship at the college and avenged F&M's only loss of the season.


Modern Researches Antebellum Religion

His book explores the relationship between technology and religious practices in antebellum America.


Test-Focused System Gets Failing Grade

Michelle Morgenstern ’09 notes that elementary school students are learning implicit lessons about language and education that have implications for broader issues of social inequality.