Tag Archive for ‘spring12’
Adam Chapnick acted, wrote and built sets in Los Angeles before he found the Hollywood role where he could shine: film distributor.
Each spring for the past nine years, a group of scholar–athletes and members of Greek and campus organizations has come together for a whirlwind cleanup of the James Street Improvement District in Northwest Lancaster.
Graduating seniors May Aung, Judith Stapleton and Rukhshana Tuli launched “Atma: The Refugee Artisan Initiative,” a program designed to empower refugees in Lancaster through craft workshops led by F&M students.
Send Silence Packing, a traveling public education display of 1,100 backpacks, came to F&M’s Hartman Green on April 3 to raise awareness about the prevalence of suicide on college campuses.
A letter from F&M President Daniel R. Porterfield, Ph.D., regarding the hazing incident in F&M’s women’s lacrosse program.
A closer look at some of the small things that make up F&M President Dan Porterfield’s office.
Computer science at Franklin & Marshall received a boost of energy on Feb. 20 when the College’s faculty approved the creation of a new academic major in computer science.
One of the many delights of being the editor of Franklin & Marshall Magazine is the opportunity to encounter a remarkable range of personalities—from students and alumni to faculty and professional staff—who are all deeply committed to my alma mater.
Georgio Milligan ’12 reflects on four years of wearing the blue and white
Assistant Professor of Psychology Michael Anderson has received a fellowship at the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences (CASBS) at Stanford University for the 2012–13 academic year.