Pep rally changes aim to include all

October 7, 2016 0

There’s one goal Keri Ellington, assistant dean of students and student involvement, hopes to achieve at the annual homecoming pep rally tonight. Inclusion. After receiving a variety of feedback following the pep rally last year, Read More

Professors, commuters look forward to city street makeover

April 8, 2016 0

SHELBY MULLIS A nine-phase reconstruction project set to begin in August is a project that city engineer Travis Underhill says will make Franklin more attractive and inviting. Reconstruction plans of Franklin’s downtown streets began Read More

Top five study spots around campus

November 4, 2015 0

By Shelby Mullis Whether you find yourself spending endless hours next to the fireplace in the quiet study lounge or at the desk in your dorm room, you’re bound to have a favorite study Read More

Is commuting worth the savings?

October 7, 2015 0

By Shelby Mullis $8,650. That’s the price sophomore Claire Meade pays to live in a Franklin College residence hall less than a mile from her home on the outskirts of downtown Franklin. Freshman year, Read More

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