The Asian Cultural Society is offering a special carnation pre-order for FPS ONLY.
Larry Kane, a Philadelphia-based journalist and author who has been covering the Beatles for 50 years, will share his experiences with members of the Franklin & Marshall community Feb. 11 during New College House's monthly lunch series, "What Matters?"
Franklin & Marshall College's Lewis Audenreid Professor of History and Archaeology Misty Bastian spoke at the Feb. 6 Common Hour on "The Tangibility of Ancestors: Being in Touch with Spirits on Two Continents," which examined how different cultures respond to death.
The Conrad Nelson Lecture is 5 p.m. to 6:30 pm., Thursday, Feb. 6, in Stahr Auditorium. This year's speaker is David Saladik of MassDesign Group.
Franklin & Marshall College is closed today, Wednesday, Feb. 5, except for critical and essential staff. Classes will be held at the discretion of faculty. The libraries are closed. The dining hall is open.
The Catastrophic Relief Alliance a student-run disaster-relief organization formed after Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans in 2005, was back in NOLA for a weeklong trip in early January 2014.
A reminder to join us on Feb. 17 to discuss current practices of academic publishers, the growth of online scholarly content, and how the Library is adapting to this changing environment. This event was re-scheduled from Feb. 3 because of the weather.
On Tuesday, February 18, F&M staff photographer Melissa Hess will take portrait photos of faculty and professional staff from 11-1 p.m. in the basement (mail room area) of Steinman College Center.
Sunday is not only the day of the Super Bowl and Ground Hog Day, it marks the beginning of Recyclemania 2014.