F&M Stories

Lux et Lex Walk Marks Milestone for Class of 2024

Franklin & Marshall’s graduating class took one final look at campus together during the Lux et Lex Walk Friday, May 10.

The Class of 2024 was the first class to complete the walk as incoming first-years. In 2020, the members passed under the Lux et Lex arch over Klauder-Apple Walkway for the first time. On Friday, they bookended their time at F&M by passing under the arch in the opposite direction.

The walk offered the 518 graduating seniors a chance to reflect on their time at F&M. College faculty and staff lined the walkways to cheer for students, who persevered through the unexpected challenges of a global pandemic during their first year as Diplomats.

Commencement for the Class of 2024 was held at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 11, and a recording of the ceremony is available on the F&M Commencement website.

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