Franklin College welcomes Saint Joseph’s transfers

September 28, 2017 0

When one door closes, another door opens. This familiar expression rings true for junior Austin Fleming and eight former Saint Joseph’s College students who recently transferred to Franklin earlier this year. Saint Joseph’s College—a private, Read More

Student-athlete opens new lane at Franklin

September 28, 2017 0

Levi Spaniolo hopes his story encourages others to accept their gender identity Last year, junior track and cross-country athlete Levi Spaniolo came out as the college’s first transgender athlete. “I came out on April 3rd Read More

Renovations to sports facilities in thought

September 28, 2017 0

Athletic Director Kerry Prather said there are no immediate large-scale renovations happening to the college’s sports facilities, but there are a lot of plans on the horizon. Prather said the Franklin College Athletic Department created Read More

NCAA reports high rate of athletic injuries

September 28, 2017 0

Football, women’s soccer players get injured the most at Franklin In a simulated game against DePauw University, freshman linebacker Hayden Fain was picked up and thrown down after the play was over. Trying to catch Read More

Robinson: ‘Cross Country is in my blood’

September 28, 2017 0

Freshman runner impresses teammates, coache Freshman Krista Robinson has already made waves for the cross country team by winning the very first meet for the Grizzlies, the Sodexo Grizzly Invitational. But for Robinson, competing is Read More

Be a (real) good neighbor

September 28, 2017 0

The college works to end sexual assault, but are students ready to accept positive change? On my third day at Franklin, I, along with other incoming freshmen, was instructed to view the “Be A Good Read More

Griz Nights just sanctioned parties

September 28, 2017 0

Opinion Editor Christina Ramey explains why Griz Nights aren’t for her What sounds more intriguing: a party on Dame Mall or a night out on the town in Indy? For me, the answer would be Read More

Enrollment Increase

September 28, 2017 0

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

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