As they embark on paths toward professional careers or post-graduate studies, members of Franklin & Marshall College's Class of 2014 were urged by ABC News anchor George Stephanopoulos to take chances and embrace lifelong learning.
"I hope you all stay curious and never stop learning," said Stephanopoulos, principal speaker for F&M's Commencement ceremony May 10. "One of the best parts of my job right now is how many different parts of the world, how many stories, and how much information it exposes me to every day.
"All that makes for a rich, stimulating and fast-paced professional life, but I also have to remind myself every day to slow down, to think, and remember what it's like to really study."
Awards and Citations
Meet Michael Haines '14, this year's Franklin & Marshall College Williamson Medal recipient. After four years of serving as a mentor to his classmates and local high school students...Read More
More than 3,000 family members and friends are expected to fill Franklin & Marshall College's Hartman Green May 10 to celebrate the graduates of F&M's Class of 2014.Read More
Broadcast news anchor, journalist and former presidential aide George Stephanopoulos will deliver the Commencement address Saturday, May 10.Read More
Faces of 2014
Senior Jonathan Salandra arrived four years ago at Franklin & Marshall College weighing what field of study to pursue in his college career. He excelled in athletics and academics as a pre-med student.Read More
A lifelong singer and dancer, Franklin & Marshall College senior Samantha Kahn was sure that vocal performance was her calling, but she found another passion in her academic experience -- business.Read More
Senior Dana Teano traveled far from Franklin & Marshall College, spending the spring of her junior year in Argentina, to find her career interest in health care.Read More
As she prepares to leave for New Orleans this summer to teach secondary math, senior Ariel Eland fondly recalls the broad experiences Franklin & Marshall College afforded her, and the accomplishments she achieved that enriched her mind.Read More
Five Franklin & Marshall College seniors set to graduate May 10 and four alumnae received distinguished scholarships for post-graduate work this year, including the Fulbright Fellowship and the Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowship.Read More