Panhel to host tie-dye event

October 15, 2012 0

Staff Report thefranklin@franklincollege.edu The Panhellenic Council will be hosting a tie-dye event from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 15 outside of the sorority suites. All new and current sorority members are welcome to Read More

9th District debate coverage upcoming

October 14, 2012 0

Staff Report thefranklin@franklincollege.edu Franklin College and TheStatehouseFile.com, a news site powered by Franklin College journalism students, will host a debate between the two candidates for Indiana’s 9th Congressional District seat, Democrat Shelli Yoder and Republican Read More

Social media makes connections, recruits students

October 11, 2012 0

By Amanda Creech amanda.creech@franklincollege.edu Social media sites like Facebook and Twitter have become increasingly popular. Sixty-six percent of adults online are using social media sites, and Franklin College is taking advantage of social networking when Read More

Ethnomusicologist performs, teaches about music, culture

October 11, 2012 0

By Caitlin Soard caitlin.soard@franklincollege.edu Tom Turino, a former professor at the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana, attended Franklin to teach the campus more about music and culture. Turino, an ethnomusicologist and anthropologist, performed at 7 Read More

Students struggle with stress, overcommitment

October 5, 2012 0

By Kyiesha Shaw kshaw@franklincollege.edu Most students are involved in many different organizations on campus, but when those organizations’ commitments pile up, students can begin to feel overwhelmed and overcommitted. Keri Ellington, director of student activities Read More

Social media impacts political debates

October 5, 2012 0

By Darian Eswine darian.eswine@franklincollege.edu  With the upcoming elections, there are posts about candidates and parties on sites such as Facebook and Twitter. Social media now influences the way politics are debated and how opinions are Read More

Franklin welcomes AmeriCorps volunteer

October 5, 2012 0

By Darian Eswine darian.eswine@franklincollege.edu Imagine walking onto campus and seeing people from across the world – from different cultures and religions with different ideas. This is the vision of Waddell Hamer, the new AmeriCorps volunteer Read More

Bestselling author to speak in lecture series

October 4, 2012 0

Staff Report thefranklin@franklincollege.edu Wes Moore, New York Times best-selling author of “The Other Wes Moore,” will present “One Name, Two Fates: The Consequences of Personal Responsibility” to promote living a positive lifestyle. Moore’s lecture will Read More

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