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The College celebrates its 225th anniversary this year. To honor that milestone, we present this list of 225 of our favorite things about dear old F&M—cherished activities, moments, buildings, sights, groups and legacies of beloved F&M legends that have left their mark.
For Jamison, a job in higher education led him to a higher purpose.
If my writing and editing career stops working for me, I’m going to get trained as a historian or an archivist. Or maybe a time traveler. I love the past. I love reading about it. I love researching it. I love seeing it through the eyes of those who experienced it.
In October 1953, Franklin & Marshall began to participate in a new educational television series presented through WGAL-TV.
Roger D.K. Thomas, the John Williamson Nevin Professor of Geosciences, has taught at F&M since 1975.
Ten students from Miami high schools will enroll next fall as a result of the College’s new partnership with the Posse Foundation.
Plass recently received a five-year Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) grant from the National Science Foundation to support her project, “Development of Earth-Abundant Mixed- Metal Sulfide Nanoparticles for Use in Solar Energy Conversion.”
From Mongolia to Egypt, and Madagascar to New Zealand, Franklin & Marshall students can pursue more than 200 academic programs in 60 foreign countries.
Franklin & Marshall held a ceremony to dedicate the Rouse Sculpture Collection in the lobby of the Alumni Sports & Fitness Center on Oct. 22.
The Phillips Museum of Art has undergone a series of renovations over the past year