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F&M’s African-American Alumni Council serves as a proud resource for students—including first-generation students who do not have a model for navigating college life—and for alumni as they progress in their careers.
An F&M professor and alumnus kindle a serendipitous partnership
A diverse collection of artifacts bolsters the academic experience at F&M.
Coverage of the Diplomats from the 2012-13 winter season.
We aim to provide a truly transformative undergraduate education—one that shapes our students’ minds and empowers our graduates to compete for the opportunities they seek throughout their lives.
Verveer Named Commencement Speaker Melanne S. Verveer, the first U.S. ambassador-at-large for global women’s issues and also chief of staff to First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton during the Clinton administration, will deliver Franklin & Marshall College’s Commencement address Saturday, May 11. During a ceremony beginning at 10 a.m. on Hartman Green, F&M will bestow an [...]
Twelve F&M students and their dance professor, Jennifer Conley, traveled to New York City’s world-renowned Joyce Theater Feb. 23 to perform a reconstruction of “Celebration,” a 1934 production by iconic American choreographer Martha Graham.
Franklin & Marshall people, events and ideas regularly make news. Here are some recent headlines from national and regional sources.
The Franklin & Marshall College community gathered Feb. 13 to celebrate the life of Eric H. Phillips ’15, who collapsed while with friends in the common area of his College House Feb. 10.
Sidney Dickstein ’47 Gives Students Tour of McCarthy Era