Petition to play

November 30, 2017 0

Student’s suspension causes controversy on campus Some Franklin College students are rallying behind a football player who was suspended from the team’s Nov. 18 playoff game. The senior player was suspended after “a paper typed Read More

More reports but more to do

October 12, 2017 0

Increase in sexual reports shows improvement in reporting process, but more needs to be done The number of sexual assaults reported on campus has nearly doubled over the last year, according to the college’s newly Read More

Enrollment Increase

September 28, 2017 1

After falling short of its 2016 new student enrollment goal, the college’s admissions staff changed how they approach recruitment. It’s paying off. “This year, new student enrollment is 10 percent higher, so we achieved our Read More

Feature: Learning by doing

April 20, 2017 0

When juniors Mallory Guess and Jess Silva met in 2014, they never imagined they would travel to Ghana together during their senior summer.  The two biology majors bonded through a love of soccer when they Read More

Feature: She is with Her

November 18, 2016 0

Senior Erika Brock reflects on her time as a Clinton campaign staffer In an election where many found themselves voting for what they called the “lesser of two evils” or solely for keeping the opposing Read More

Feature: A part of a bigger team

November 11, 2016 0

 In America, people can join many different teams ranging from academia to sports. For senior Austin Day, he is a part of a completely different type of team. On July 22, 2015, Day enlisted in Read More

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