About Shelby Mullis
Shelby Mullis is the copy chief of The Franklin. She is a reporter for TheStatehouseFile.com and teaches English as a second language to Chinese students overseas. Shelby enjoys exploring, writing, eating potatoes and admiring local weatherman Chuck Lofton.

Pep rally changes aim to include all

October 7, 2016 0

There’s one goal Keri Ellington, assistant dean of students and student involvement, hopes to achieve at the annual homecoming pep rally tonight. Inclusion. After receiving a variety of feedback following the pep rally last year, Read More

Feature: A Flying Faith

April 13, 2017 0

Blaine Fuhs’ eyes fill with tears as he begins to tell one of his favorite stories.  “This is where God comes in to a huge factor,” said the Franklin College sophomore.  When Fuhs traveled to Read More

Johnson County woman sends message of love

April 13, 2017 0

Johnson County resident Erin Davis can thank her five-year-old daughter, unicorns and rainbows for the success behind her latest mission.  Davis recently created “Love More” yard signs, which are popping up across the country.  On Read More

Wide gap between male, female faculty members

October 13, 2016 0

Of the 77 full-time Franklin College professors, less than half are female, while nearly 56 percent are male. Meanwhile, 59 percent of part-time professors, including adjuncts and lecturers, are female. The remaining 41 percent are Read More

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