A joint venture between Franklin & Marshall and one of College Row's newest businesses has boosted the quality of computer resources available to the College community.
After months of preparation and planning, the student-run Emergency Medical Service program has taken flight.
Armed with a $171,619 grant from the National Science Foundation, Janardhan Iyengar aims to help users drive innovation.
What can a trip to Abercrombie & Fitch teach you about nonverbal communication? Quite a lot, according to Susan Andrzejewski, Franklin & Marshall College’s new assistant professor of Business, Organizations and Society.
A series of new initiatives symbolize the College's coordinated efforts to expand sustainability and environmental stewardship.
She has hired the dancers. The costumes are ready. A performance venue has been secured. Now, Pamela Vail will let her choreography take care of the rest.
Karim Barghouthi, assistant professor and chair of the Department of Philosophy and Cultural Studies at Birzeit University in the West Bank, is F&M's first Fulbright Visiting Specialist through the Direct Access to the Muslim World Program.
Kelly McCutcheon ’11 and Elizabeth Bushong ’10 take part in National Science Foundation research programs as recipients of the Clare Boothe Luce Scholarship.
The College’s transformation into a coeducational institution in fall 1969 redefined the college experience itself.