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The inaugural issue of F&M Scientist is here.
Franklin & Marshall people, events and ideas regularly make news. Here are some recent headlines from national and regional sources. For more headlines, go to: www.fandm.edu/news/f-m-in-the-news
In this video profile, David Godin ’10 discusses his passion for filmmaking.
On Nov. 29, the star of the evening was an institution celebrating its own milestone and making a national and international impact: Franklin & Marshall College.
“The Origins of Christian Democracy: Politics and Confession in Modern Germany” Maria Mitchell, Professor of History This book is a pioneering contribution to the history of the founding of the West German political system after the Second World War. The political cooperation between Catholics and Protestants that resulted in the formation of the Christian Democratic [...]
Field Hockey The Diplomats finished the year with the most wins in program history (18-2 overall record and a perfect 10-0 mark in Centennial Conference (CC) play) and advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the second straight year. Members of the team garnered myriad individual accomplishments in the 2012 season. Maura Hennigan ’13 and Steph [...]
Alumni exhibiting in College’s 2013 Alumni Art Exhibition discuss how F&M experience influenced their vocations and perspectives on life
F&M’s Science Teaching Internship Program has been kindling a love of science in children for more than a decade.
Former prisoners of war launched new beginnings at F&M after World War II
A course taken in her final year at F&M launched Bola Han ’02 into a career
as an advocate for the oppressed and the displaced