F&M Opens New Worlds of Opportunity for Beijing Native
"I wanted to get a liberal arts education instead of laser-focusing on biochemistry, which is what I intend to major in, but also get some knowledge about how to read, how to write, how to dance and write critiques about theater and to get a more well-rounded understanding of all kinds of academic disciplines, which is something that Chinese universities don't have."
Meet Helen Ji, a sophomore from Beijing who came to America to take advantage of a broad-based liberal arts education. Follow her video journey from her off-campus residence to the classroom, from her adviser's office to the greenhouse, and from the biology lab to the dance studio:
June 8, 2023
A Morning at Spalding Conservancy
Take a stroll through Franklin & Marshall's Spalding Conservancy on any given day, and you might just find yourself in the middle of a student research project. The 54-acre property is home to...Franklin & Marshall's Spalding Conservancy is home to 54 acres of flora, fauna and countless student and faculty fieldwork projects.
May 17, 2023
Dream Achieved: Williamson Medalist Nadya Ivanova '23
Nadezhda Senior Nadya Ivanova Wins the Williamson Medal, F&M's highest academic honor for students
May 2, 2023
Alum Oversees Wildlife at Zion National Park
Wolves, bear, bison, elk — Franklin & Marshall College alumna Janice Stroud-Settles '00 has studied them all (and more). On the heels of National Park Week, Stroud-Settles gave us a...Alum Janice Stroud-Settles '00 gave us a behind-the-scenes glimpse into her life as the wildlife program manager for Zion National Park.