A sizeable proportion of residents are experiencing economic hardship, according to the latest Franklin & Marshall College Poll.
Two projects celebrating 40 years of coeducation will be unveiled at a launch party on Homecoming weekend.
Teaching is a second career for Lisa Calvano, who brings a zest for sustainable business to the Department of Business, Organizations & Society.
Jaime Blair helps a new generation of scientists integrate traditional research methods with bioinformatics.
Representatives of more than 80 institutions will visit campus to speak with students and alumni.
The new trustees have experience in real estate, law, publishing and charity accountability.
Children will get hands-on lessons in preparing fossils, identifying dinosaurs and more.
F&M student-athletes will hand out candy and hold a variety of ghoulishly fun contests.
A full slate of events commemorating the impact of women on the College will greet visitors Oct. 23-25.