F&M News

Story 5/19/2017

Alumni Couple’s $1 Million Gift for Financial Aid Latest...

For decades, Leonard Klehr ’72 and Susan Kline Klehr ’73 have supported students at their alma mater through their volunteer service and generous philanthropy. Recently, they increased their already...

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Story 5/17/2017

Faculty Focus

A regular recap of the achievements and published works of the faculty and professional staff at Franklin & Marshall College.

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Story 5/13/2017

Williamson Medal Recipient Wants to Return Home, Better Her...

Tekla Iashagashvili has had many rewarding memories at Franklin & Marshall College. But three days in early April may top them all. 

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Luminaries

Franklin & Marshall commits to lighting paths for tomorrow’s leaders -- to launching students into lives of consequence. In sustaining and enhancing a two-centuries-long legacy of excellence, our alumni, parents and friends help us Claim our Future. We invite you to read about what you make possible.

Trustee Gift Establishes Program Focusing on High-Achieving Students Who Have Overcome Obstacles

The classroom and postgraduate success of first-generation students from lower-income families demonstrates the power derived from overcoming obstacles. Now, with the generous $1 million commitment of alumnus and Trustee Ken Mehlman '88, the College is embarking on a project to deepen its understanding of students' abilities to translate...

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Shadek Stadium

Work on Shadek Stadium, the first step in the planned development of a new athletic area of the College in North Campus, continues to move forward. The above photo, taken May 10, is the latest phase  in construction of the field house and seating. The new facility replaces the nearly 122-year-old Sponaugle-Williamson Field, located along College...

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Klehrs Commit $1 Million for Financial Aid

Through their volunteer service and generous philanthropy, they have supported students at their alma mater for decades, focused on efforts to create resources that have growing impact over many years. Leonard Klehr ’72 and Susan Kline Klehr ’73 recently increased their already considerable financial support with a $1 million gift for financial...

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