Confederate Trouble

September 14, 2017 0

Erasing history or recognizing racism’s glorification? In my second year of grade school, I learned for the first time about the Civil War and end to slavery. What I learned were the efforts of many Read More

Five Top Stories of Spring 2017

May 17, 2017 0

As we all pack up for the summer and reflect on the past semester, take a moment to stop and read some of the most important stories that were published this semester.    Here is Read More

History comes to Franklin in new exhibit

March 23, 2017 0

A nationally traveling exhibit about black history is making its only stop in Indiana at Franklin College.  The exhibit, titled “Changing America: The Emancipation Proclamation, 1863 and the March on Washington, 1963,” is about the Read More

Opinion: U.S. history courses offer students honesty

February 27, 2015 0

By Paige Clark paige.clark@franklincollege.edu Recently, Oklahoma proposed Republican-backed legislation to eliminate A.P. History classes. The Republican National Committee said the courses showcase a “consistently negative view of American history” – basically educational bad juju. I Read More

Organization celebrates Brazilian festival

April 12, 2013 0

By Chris Arnold christopher.arnold@franklincollege.edu FCLA3 celebrated the Brazilian Carnaval, or Carnival in English, from 4 to 6 p.m. Wednesday in the Branigin Room. The Carnaval celebration was similar to the celebration of Cinco De Mayo Read More

Franklin professor to speak about his book tonight

March 14, 2013 0

Staff Report thefranklin@franklincollege.edu Ralph Guentzel, Franklin College history professor, will speak about his recently published book on his German hometown tonight. The event will begin at 6 p.m. tomorrow in the Henderson Conference Room of Johnson Read More