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Diplomat Digital connects alumni, parents, and community members to F&M on your time and in your space. Diplomat Digital meets you where you are. Experience and enjoy opportunities for life-learning, professional development, reconnection, and engagement. We bring F&M to you. Below you will find convenient access to discussions with our alumni and world-renowned speakers as well as campus resources in just one click.  Follow our Alumni Relations accounts on Facebook and Instagram

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On-Demand Programming

Alumni Master Class

Explore our archive of past Alumni Master Class programs, available to watch on-demand.⁣ ⁣ Visit our 'Attend an Event' page on Alumni Connections to register for upcoming programs featuring alumni who have achieved success in a wide range of areas.

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Industry Insider

Get insider information and advice from F&M's alumni who are experts in their fields, including real estate and finance.

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Faculty Features

Check out our online programs featuring some of your favorite F&M faculty and staff. Discussions and presentations on the current curriculum, research, and special areas of interest are just one click away.  

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Diplomat Dialogues

Check out the Alumni Association Board's new virtual webinar series, Diplomat Dialogues.  These online programs feature alumni panelists and speakers sharing resources, supporting wellness, and encouraging life-long learning with all members of the F&M community.

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Explore F&More

2022 Bank Prize Reading: Weike Wang

Novelist Weike Wang hosted an afternoon craft talk at the Philadelphia Alumni Writers House on Thursday, March 10, 2022. Wang is the author of the PEN/Hemingway Award-winner “Chemistry,” and was the 2022 Bank Visiting Writer and Jerome Irving Bank Memorial Short Story Prize judge.

Learn more about the Bank Prize and the winning piece by Jeremy Mauser '22!

2022 Bank Prize Reading: Weike Wang
Story 3/16/2022

Bank Prize Winner Jeremy Mauser Reflects on Writing

"I'm inspired by the small, seemingly insignificant moments that can capture real emotion in a narrative," said F&M senior Jeremy Mauser, winner of  this year’s Jerome Irving Bank Memorial Short...

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Digital Newsstand, Radio & Stream 

Celebrating Scholarship

Check out this collection of over 120 scholarly and creative works produced by members of the faculty and professional staff of F&M in 2021!

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How to Give Back to F&M

Your gifts make an immediate impact on Franklin & Marshall -- on its students, faculty, campus, and enduring legacy. You can make a difference in each aspect of the student experience. Choose what inspires you to give.

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Archives

Common Hour

The latest format of the Common Hour series enables the entire Franklin & Marshall College community to virtually gather for culturally and academically enriching events. Catch up on previous programs!

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Presidential Election Forums

Check out past discussions featuring notable F&M alumni , staff, and faculty.

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Alumni Arts Review: Alumni Voices

Celebrate the 9th and final edition of the Alumni Arts Review with Sands Hall, editor, and several distinguished alumni who share insights about their contributions to “Bound.” 

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The Pulse

Story 5/26/2022

Hello! See the Latest Shoutouts!

Latest acknowledgements, kudos, praise and thank-you's to Franklin & Marshall College's wonderful and dedicated staff for their work and volunteer efforts. 

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Story 5/25/2022

From Florida to F&M: Kat Gunther’s Path to Neurology

Kat Gunther wanted three things in a college: challenging academics, to be near family but out of her home state, and to play softball. F&M checked all the boxes—and offered financial aid.

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Story 5/23/2022

Sculpture, Alumnus Link F&M to Philadelphia

A retired professor's sculpture of Amtrak's rail network was installed in Philadelphia's  30th Street station, renamed for  the late congressman William H. Gray ’63.

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