Continuing its mission to inspire exceptional, underserved high school students to consider pursuing a higher education, Franklin & Marshall College has invited 200 high-achieving students from 15 rural Pennsylvania high schools to the third annual F&M College Summit Feb. 25.
For Civil Rights Week, which starts Feb. 24, Franklin & Marshall College is offering a series of events in which to discuss and reflect.
Has someone done something innovative, selfless or just plain nice for you during your time at F&M? Give that deserving person, department or organization the “thank you” they deserve at TAG, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., Friday, Feb. 28, at Steinman College Center.
Faculty and professional staff are invited to a screening of "The Amish and Us," a documentary film by Professor Dirk Eitzen, at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 17, at Bonchek College House.
The Phillips Museum of Art's latest exhibit is the subject of a panel discussion, "Theresa Bernstein: Eyewitness to the 20th Century," at 2 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 22 in the museum's Curriculum Gallery, Steinman College Center.
The Department of Italian cordially invites faculty and professional staff to, "How to read like Galileo," a lecture by Crystal Hall of the University of Kansas and Bowdoin College, at 4:45 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 20, in the Great Room of Ware College House.
Is society drawn to death and destruction? Are humans intrigued by violent undertones? Franklin & Marshall College junior Zheng Jin found himself asking these questions as he researched a growing industry called dark tourism -- historic sites linked to death and tragedy.
Due to today's (2/13) snowstorm, the College is closed except for essential personnel, who will receive guidance from their supervisors about reporting to work. Classes will be held at the discretion of individual faculty.
Dominic Akena, now a sophomore at Franklin & Marshall College, was 9 years old when rebel soldiers from Lord's Resistance Army captured him and forced him to become a child soldier in Uganda's civil war. He is a subject an award-winning documentary, "War/Dance," that is being screened on campus Feb. 19. (Because of technical difficulties, the screening has been rescheduled to 7:30 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 20, in Stahr Auditorium.)
A group of experts and activists will examine the aftermath and continuing struggles in Iraq a decade after U.S. intervention, during a panel discussion Wednesday, Feb. 12.