Mueller Fellow Tells Stories to Illustrate Immigration Debate
November 7, 2023
Post-Soviet Memories Shaped Professor’s Path
F&M Professor of Economics Yeva Nersisyan was just a child in Armenia when the Soviet Union collapsed, but the following turmoil shaped her life’s work. She'll discuss Modern Money Theory at a Nov. 9 Common Hour lecture.
October 16, 2023
’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.
September 13, 2023
First "Campus Hour" Features Panel on Banned Books
Franklin & Marshall College faculty and staff will be joined by local librarians and school board candidates at the upcoming Campus Hour discussion, “Who’s Afraid of Banned Books? The Rise of Book Censorship in the U.S.” The event will be held Thursday, Sept. 14, at 11:30 a.m. in Bonchek Lecture Hall.