Led by Shawn Jenkins ’10, students and faculty members try to locate the site of a time capsule buried in 1990.
Thirty-seven students take part in a trip co-sponsored by Career Services and the Metro Washington, D.C., Regional Chapter
Marianne Kelly, M.D., director of student health services, looks back on her 22 years at Franklin & Marshall
Potential members of the Class of 2014 visit campus on Friday, April 16
John F. Burness ’67, former senior vice president at Duke University, assumes his new duties on July 1.
A $500,000 grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation brings renewed academic energy to the Phillips Museum of Art.
Dorothy Merritts and Robert Walter ’75 hope to restore the natural ecological function of the Lancaster County landscape.
Franklin & Marshall students have blazed an eclectic and comprehensive trail of high-quality research—and they are ready to share it with you.
Students have an opportunity to learn the most effective approaches to achieving their post-college goals.
The F&M Dance Company performs an exciting variety of visions and styles.