Theresa Bernstein had lived in three centuries, her work spanned the length of the 20th century, and now a retrospective exhibition of many of those works, "Theresa Bernstein: A Century in Art," runs from Feb. 7 to April 12 in the Leonard and Mildred Rothman Gallery of The Phillips Museum of Art at Franklin & Marshall College.
For F&M Players, Franklin & Marshall College's student theater company, braving the polar winds of January wasn't as challenging as preparing their production of "Into The Woods," the 1986 musical by F&M alumnus James Lapine '71.
A scholar's research journey can lead to something more promising than what he first sought to discover. And so it was for Joel Eigen, Franklin & Marshall's Charles A. Dana Professor of Sociology, who has received a one-year fellowship from the National Endowment of the Humanities (NEH) to complete his decades-long research on crime and mental illness.
A selection of local and national news stories highlighting Franklin & Marshall College and its students, faculty, staff and alumni in 2014.
While writing a textbook for an upper-level math class, a Franklin & Marshall College professor discovered that he has learned as much from his student assistants as they have from him.
Thirteen students participated a creative writing contest using the Phillips Museum of Art's current exhibit, "The Hudson River to Niagara Falls: 19th-Century American Landscape Paintings from the New-York Historical Society" as their prompt. The contest, organized by the College's Philadelphia Alumni Writers House and titled "Writing the River," sought to engage students and foster discussion about art across various disciplines.
For the second time in three years, a Franklin & Marshall College alumnus was selected from a national pool of applicants to participate in the competitive White House Internship Program.
Franklin & Marshall College senior Trey Williams, working on an independent study project with Professor of History Maria Mitchell, is researching the history of the British gay rights movement and its connection to the 1969 Stonewall events in New York City.
After spending a gap year in Guatemala, junior Anna Folz was inspired to start the student-run group Impulso, which aims to provide solar stoves to Guatemalan families so they can cook food with the heat of the sun rather than using costly firewood.