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.
Students and administrators take part in the induction ceremony at the Chrysler Building in New York.
Jeff Nesteruk explains how personal narratives illuminate the understanding of business—especially in times of turmoil.
Amanda Kemp takes her latest performance to Carmen and David's Creamery and the Lancaster Quaker Meeting.
A full slate of events commemorating the impact of women on the College will greet visitors Oct. 23-25.
On Oct. 13, members of the College's professional staff are invited to hear President John Fry preview the 2010 fiscal year.
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.