Column: High School vs. College

October 14, 2015 0

By Megan Powell Professors, lectures and readings, oh my. College is a lot more work and I knew that it was going to be that way coming in, but not to this extent. Last Read More

Senior farewell: Use education to be impactful

May 8, 2015 0

By Olivia Covington I cannot tell you how many times I’ve said, “I’m just so over this” lately. The end of the school year is always hard, especially for college seniors. Not only are we Read More

Obama’s plan will reduce college costs

February 12, 2015 0

By Caitlin President Obama hosted a town hall at Ivy Tech in Indianapolis last Friday that focused around a new plan to help students get their educations at a lower price. Sophomore Hannah Tanksley said Read More

On-campus living aims to benefit students

April 16, 2014 0

By Erika Brock This past week marked the beginning for registering for housing next year. Students could choose to live on campus, off campus or in fraternity houses. Jacob Knight, director of residential life, Read More

First Color Run takes place Wednesday

April 15, 2014 0

By Jesse Wilson Franklin College is set to host its first ever Color Run this Wednesday. A color run is a long distance run that brings in a creative twist to the simplistic idea Read More

Students search for scholarships

April 9, 2014 0

By Erika Brock At the end of March, early April, all students receive information about how much they receive in scholarship money from the school along with the federal loans and grants. Next year tuition Read More

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