Q&A: Senior students display artwork

April 22, 2016 0

CHRISTINA RAMEY christina.ramey@franklincollege.edu Over the last month, the college’s art department has displayed senior art in the Johnson Center for Fine Arts atrium until May 2. The displays include pieces that the seniors have chosen Read More

YouTube star speaks about rape culture

April 22, 2016 0

JESSICA KAISER jessica.kaiser@franklincollege.edu YouTube star and sex education activist Laci Green informed a packed audience about “taking down” rape culture on Monday. Green – whose YouTube channel has nearly 1.5 million subscribers – said dismantling Read More

Living in the past, looking toward the future

April 8, 2016 0

SHELBY MULLIS shelby.mullis@franklincollege.edu A night at the museum is more than a Ben Stiller film for Franklin College’s new history lecturer, David Pfeiffer, who spends most of his time just three minutes down the road Read More

New perspective on ‘Hamlet’ opens next week

March 4, 2016 0

Makenna Mays makenna.mays@franklincollege.edu   Even those who aren’t fans of Shakespeare may be interested in the college’s adaptation of the play “Hamlet.” The theater department will put on a performance of “The Hamlet Project” next Read More

Reclaimed art reinvents everyday items

March 4, 2016 0

Ashley Shuler ashley.shuler@franklincollege.edu A campus art exhibit of unlikely friends – a plastic silverware bird, a flowered jellyfish, a disposable cup octopus and more – is rounding out its final days. Named “Transcending the Ordinary,” Read More

Franklin family opens brewery, BBQ spot

March 4, 2016 1

Shelby Mullis shelby.mullis@franklincollege.edu The new brewery in town is more than just a fresh local business for sophomore Kelsey Baker and her family. Not only does Shale Creek Brewing fulfill her father’s dream of owning Read More

New business sweetens up downtown Franklin

February 26, 2016 0

Jessica Kaiser jessica.kaiser@franklincollege.edu A rotating flavor menu of cheesecakes, cupcakes, cake pops and donuts is just steps away from campus. Gigi’s Sugar Shack – which opened a little over a month ago – is a Read More

Feminist monologue performance

February 19, 2016 0

Shelby Mullis shelby.mullis@franklincollege.edu Students and faculty members are putting the finishing touches on tonight’s production of “A Memory, a Monologue, a Rant and a Prayer.” The performance is a collection of monologues by feminist activists Read More

Campus offers free movie, TV subscriptions

February 19, 2016 0

Ashley Steeb ashley.steeb@franklincollege.edu Binge-watching all 50 episodes of “The Game of Thrones” is now free and accessible for students living in a campus residence hall. New this spring semester, the college is offering HBO Go Read More

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