Franklin & Marshall Assistant Professor of Philosophy Nick Kroll knew it was a long shot going in, but he wanted to submit his essay to provoke dialogue on the modern necessity of an archaic form of thought. He did, winning an esteemed award in the field of philosophy, the 2014 Marc Sanders Prize in Metaphysics.
Beginning in September, Franklin & Marshall College will equip its sworn campus police officers in the Department of Public Safety with side arms to safeguard the safety and security of members of the campus community.
A warmth borne of sunlight and fond memories bathed the campus of Franklin & Marshall College as alumni and their families gathered June 6-8 for Reunion Weekend 2014.
Subjects from violence and filmmaking morals to reality TV and the Amish will occupy more than 70 scholars in such disciplines as philosophy, brain science, sociology, and cognitive psychology when they converge on Franklin & Marshall College to share papers and presentations during the annual conference of the Society for Cognitive Studies of the Moving Image June 11-14.
Exposure to certain environmental and social elements appears to reduce the likelihood of asthma, according to a recently released study based on survey data collected by Franklin & Marshall College.
The Philadelphia-based Lenfest Foundation has awarded $300,000 to the Pennsylvania College Advising Corps (PCAC) to allow F&M to expand PCAC to reach more students. The foundation's grant -- the second $300,000, three-year grant Lenfest has made to PCAC -- will be divided evenly over three years to support the program.
Eight members of F&M's Catastrophic Relief Alliance spent three days working with a nonprofit group to restore a Staten Island, N.Y., home ravaged by Super Storm Sandy in 2012.
A half-century of Franklin & Marshall College graduating classes, those whose years end in "4" and "9," will converge on campus June 6-8 for Reunion Weekend 2014.
Efforts to help local communities in the Ivory Coast city of Bouake rebuild in the aftermath of two separate civil wars have earned two Franklin & Marshall College students a prestigious Projects for Peace grant.