College emphasizes security over insecurity

October 26, 2017 0

How the Office of Global Education protects travelers in times of crisis With a record-breaking 106 student travelers abroad last Winter Term, four students abroad this semester and one for the entire academic year, monitoring Read More

Feature: Learning by doing

April 20, 2017 0

When juniors Mallory Guess and Jess Silva met in 2014, they never imagined they would travel to Ghana together during their senior summer.  The two biology majors bonded through a love of soccer when they Read More

Students, staff share thoughts on Paris attacks

November 19, 2015 0

  By Megan Powell megan.powell@franklincollege.edu Tragedy hit Paris last Friday night as six coordinated bomb attacks left citizens and the world in fear. As of Wednesday, ISIS has come forward and admitted responsibility for the Read More

Pro vs. Con: FC’s school year ends late

April 28, 2015 0

Pro: Winter Term benefits outweigh late summer start
“We live in the Midwest. There’s no summer weather until the end of May anyway.”
Con: Late school year takes time away from friends
“We have a little less than a month of classes to suffer through. Kill me now, please.” Read More

Franklin students study abroad during summer

May 3, 2013 0

By Chris Arnold christopher.arnold@franklincollege.edu Many students from Franklin College will be studying overseas during the summer months.  From Spain all the way to the Republic of China, students hope to expand their knowledge and experiences Read More

Pilon leaves behind memories, seizes opportunity

March 4, 2013 0

By Olivia Covington olivia.covington@franklincollege.edu Simone Pilon, associate professor of French, will leave Franklin College at the end of this academic year after working 13 years at the college. Pilon will take a new position as Read More