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Story 5/4/2022

Leading Environmental Expert from F&M Elected to National...

The National Academy of Sciences recently elected Dorothy Merritts, the Harry W. and Mary B....

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Story 5/2/2022

Two Community Members Named Campus Sustainability Champions

Two members of F&M's community were honored recently as Campus Sustainability Champions by the...

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Story 4/20/2022

Wondering How to Connect With Staff Council?

Greetings, F&Mily! Spring has sprung and our campus is looking beautiful. Just see for yourself...

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Story 3/29/2022

Students, Staff Help Local Neighbors, Build Community

For spring break, the Catastrophic Relief Alliance (CRA) at Franklin & Marshall College joined with...

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Story 3/29/2022

What You Need To Know When You Have an Emergency

Whenever an emergency occurs. Franklin & Marshall’s campus is well-equipped for rapid response from...

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Story 3/24/2022

Welcome, Michele Ortiz!

Michele Ortiz is F&M's new Assistant to the Vice President and Dean of Student Affairs. 

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Story 3/22/2022

‘A Little Medicine, A Little Philosophy’

An F&M professor and his former student – now a doctor – teamed up to explore an ethical puzzle:...

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Story 3/16/2022

F&M Rides Award As 'Bicycle Friendly University'

The League of American Bicyclists recently awarded Silver Status to F&M as a “Bicycle Friendly...

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Story 3/14/2022

Community-Based Learning Teaches in Real Time

In Professor David Ashworth's public health course on problem-solving courts, he gets the students...

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