The Middle East/Islamic Studies Faculty Caucus (MEIS) and the Judaic Studies Program (JST) would like to announce a film series for the spring semester. We hope to see you there.
Several noted scholars will explore the sometimes unexpected outcomes of altruism as part of a semester-long lecture series at Franklin & Marshall College this spring. "Perspectives on Humanitarianism" will examine philanthropic initiatives in Palestine, Iraq, Colombia, and India and their effects on the communities in each country.
Sarah Dawson, director of Franklin & Marshall College's Wohlsen Center for Sustainable Environment, was named president of the Pennsylvania Environmental Resource Consortium for 2015.
Since the start of the 2013-14 academic year, Franklin & Marshall College has celebrated the life and words of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. A photo series shows the speeches and readings that were made on King's birthday on Monday, Jan. 20.
The Department of Public Safety is conducting Rape Aggression Defense class every Tuesday, excluding March 11, starting March 4 through April 1. This is a free 12-hour self-defense class for women. You will need to attend all four classes.
The Office of College Communications is pleased to announce that Mike Fink has joined F&M as graphic designer.
On Jan. 29, in the Schnader Theatre of F&M's Roschel Performing Arts Center, former President Richard Nixon advisers Andy Rouse '49 and Geoff Shepard will discuss their roles in creating the President's Advisory Council on Executive Reorganization and the council's enduring significance during a Nixon Legacy Forum, "Creation of the Modern Presidency."