At Franklin & Marshall College, we connect our students with extraordinary opportunities so they can accomplish great things in their four years on campus. Here are just a few of their stories.
Wrestler Pins Post-Grad Career Thanks to F&M Mentor
Wrestling captain Noah Fox excels on and off the mat, thanks in part to guidance from his True Blue mentor. “This program has helped me jump-start my career and secure my dream job as a software engineer," Fox said.
Google Software Engineer Shares True Blue Wisdom
Class of 2019 grad Horace Facey's path led him from Jamaica, to F&M, to Google. See how he helps other STEM students succeed. "Mentoring has been an excellent way for me to give back," Facey says.
F&M Receives Higher Education Excellence in Diversity Award
For the second year in a row, Franklin & Marshall College has received the Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) Award from Insight Into Diversity Magazine.
’09 Alum Shares Passion for Political Organizing
Shakya Cherry-Donaldson '09 returns to campus to discuss her career in political organizing with students at Thursday's Common Hour during F&M's second annual Inclusion Week.
Students List Favorite Fall Traditions
Autumn marks the commencement of countless campus traditions at F&M. Check out this list of fall favorites, curated by our very own students!
Sophomore Explores Animal Behavior and Builds Alumni Connections at Bergen County Zoo
Sophomore Lauren Velazquez spent her summer learning about animal behavior and connecting with F&M alumni during an internship at the Bergen County Zoo in New Jersey.
Sociology Student Takes Action Against Human Trafficking
Sophomore Gubat Abdullaev spent the summer in Sweden researching the human-trafficking industry and presenting his findings to the Danish Institute for Study Abroad.
Diplomat Fall Sports in Full Swing
Nearly 30% of the F&M student body competes in varsity sports. Browse an update of in-season sports on the turf, track, court and course.
“Professional Daydreaming” with Poet Gabrielle Calvocoressi
Read a Q&A with Gabrielle Calvocoressi, this year’s Hausman lecturer. The poet will deliver an Oct. 3 public reading and Oct. 4 master class at F&M, both open to the public.
Future Lawyer Expands Her Resume With Hands-on Legal Experience
Morgan Hovan ’24, a math and economics major, was the first F&M student to declare the Legal Studies Certificate. Explore how this decision is helping carve her path toward a successful career in law.
Students Stargaze at Cherry Springs Retreat
Students attended a recent weekend retreat to Cherry Springs State Park for two nights of stargazing in September. Night sky enthusiasts flock to the park for its spectacular views of the Milky Way.
Exploring Theater as a Tool for Social Change, Education, and Awareness
Aviva Katz ’24, a government and theatre joint major, discusses how F&M’s Diversity and Equality in Education Certificate is helping her along her path toward a career in educational theater.