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.
Barbershops, Beauty Salons in COVID-19 Times
Photographer and visual artist Shelby Wormley, last fall's artist-in-residence at Franklin & Marshall College, shares the views she captured through her lens with an exhibit this month. Franklin & Marshall College offers students a hands-on education...
Voters Unhappy With Biden in Latest F&M Poll
President Joe Biden faces an unhappy electorate in Pennsylvania, even among his own party, reflecting a national mood and possibly auguring a grim future for his agenda, according to the latest...Franklin & Marshall College offers students a hands-on...
Faculty, alumni, students react to war in Ukraine
Russia's invasion of Ukraine last week launched what could possibly become the largest land war in Europe since the end of the Second World War in spring 1945. The aggression has launched renewed interest in the humanities — from history to languages...
Jennifer Morford: Science in Between
Directed by Andrew Bilindabagabo As an undergraduate student, Jennifer Morford fell in love with working in the lab and expanding and applying the understanding of chemistry to the environment. As...Professor of Chemistry Jennifer Morford shares...
Harwood Gift Expands Career Exploration Programs for Students, Alumni
Franklin & Marshall students and alumni will enjoy a broader array of career advising and exploration programs, thanks to a significant deferred gift from Brett S. Harwood '71 and his wife,...Franklin & Marshall College offers students a hands-on...
Flight of the Samaras
On an expansive field near Brooks Tennis Center, students in an introductory biology class stare up at their professor, perched on a lift raised 31 feet against a clear blue sky. Reaching into a...Franklin & Marshall College offers students a hands-on...
Now to Next Campaign Eclipses $200 Million Threshold
Now to Next, the largest campaign in Franklin & Marshall history, has surpassed its initial goal of $200 million by more than $16 million. The campaign will be extended through June 30 to advance...Now to Next, the largest campaign in F&M history,...
Students, Professor Curate Art Exhibit on Migration to Lancaster
An exhibit of testimonies and artists, curated by a Franklin & Marshall professor and his students, reflects the struggle, promise and hope of migrants in the designated "Welcoming City"...Franklin & Marshall College offers students a hands-on education...
Dewey Lecturer Deciphers Our Changing World
From Latin America to Lancaster, Franklin & Marshall Professor of Biology Dan Ardia's ornithology research is recognized far beyond campus borders. From Latin America to Lancaster, Franklin & Marshall Professor of Biology Dan Ardia's ornithology...
Dan Ardia: Evolution, Conservation, and Ecology
Directed by Andrew Bilindabagabo Dan Ardia is a scientist through and through. Professor of Biology Dan Ardia shares his passions, including studying environmental change and working with Lancaster Conservancy.
F&M Senior Dreams of Opening Nonprofit to Support Families Like Her Own
First-generation student Hannah Breedlove shares how financial aid and local nonprofits have impacted her dreams to open her own nonprofit focused on helping mothers pursue education to combat...First-generation student Hannah Breedlove hopes to...
Instructional Technologists Earn Special Kneedler Award
Teb Locke and Kelly Miller have always tried to introduce the latest academic technology to the Franklin & Marshall community. They have held events, visited classrooms and worked individually...Franklin & Marshall College offers students a hands-on...