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Story 3/23/2021

Professors Across Disciplines Teach Humanities of Pandemics

Students researched everything from bubonic plague to COVID-19 in this semester’s “Pandemics Past...

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Story 3/22/2021

Micro-Internships Provide Students With a Competitive Edge

What exactly is a micro-internship? A new, short-term take on internships, the Office of Student...

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Story 3/19/2021

National Media Turn to F&M Experts

Their academic expertise and skill at helping students reach their educational goals also puts...

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Story 3/15/2021

One Year Later: Students Reflect on Pandemic Losses &...

Reflecting on a year of uncertainty, one thing is clear: The world needs Diplomats. And no group of...

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Story 3/12/2021

Who Owns Culture? Historian Examines Art Restitution and...

The trove of Benin’s opulent palace art can be found in museums across the globe. Everywhere,...

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Story 3/11/2021

Democracy in Question, According to Latest F&M Poll

The Franklin & Marshall College Poll’s first survey since 2020’s contentious presidential election,...

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Story 3/8/2021

Students Explore the Whimsical World of Gianni Rodari

On March 10, four F&M students will recount the whimsical "Telephone Tales" of Italian author...

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Story 3/5/2021

Oxford Scientist Says Fusion Just a Few Years Away

At Common Hour, British physicist Colin Windsor discussed nuclear fusionfusion – an abundant...

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Story 3/4/2021

Professor’s New Book Examines Black Politics Prior to 1860

In “The First Reconstruction: Black Politics in America from the Revolution to the Civil War,”...

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