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While walking to classes Monday, students saw stickers with “America First” and “One Nation Against Invasion” on light poles in Dame Mall. The stickers promoted an organization called Patriot Front.

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The Franklin Co-Executive Editor Taylor Wooten catches up with Franklin College President Kerry Prather about COVID developments, the Johnson Memorial athletic facility, the departure of Terri Roberts-Leonard, and the events at the Capitol.

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Franklin College Chaplain and Director of Religious Life Hannah Adams Ingram will serve as interim director of the campus diversity center.

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An anti-racism seminar has made its way on campus, giving individuals the chance to open up and reflect on how racism is active in their lives and how to stop it.

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Pro-Trump rioters stormed Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C, over claims of a rigged election Wednesday afternoon. What started as a rally escalated into chaos and violence, with some protestors fleeing the scene.

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Editor’s Note: An anonymous source is used in this story. We refer to him as Jack to protect his identity. The editors of The Franklin agreed an alias was needed to ensure the source’s personal safety from retaliation by America First Union members.

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The Franklin Co-Executive Editor Taylor Wooten checks in with Franklin College President Kerry Prather about nationalist flyers spotted near campus, new statewide COVID-19 restrictions and possibilities for Immersive Term classes. 

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Casey Hayes, A.J. Thurston endowed chair of music and director of choral activities, has done everything in his power to enable Franklin’s choir to continue to sing during a year defined by COVID-19.

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Staff members of Franklin College’s physical facilities department found flyers asking members of the community to join the America First Nationalists Union, or AFNU, Monday morning.

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The winter season can prove to be a challenging time for those in need. The financial struggles of obtaining warm clothes, shelter, food and gifts for others are already a stretch on their own. Adding to this annual challenge is the rising COVID-19 cases across the country and state, driving…

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Hope Shrum: Okay, so the first question we had was that, um, with the email you just sent out? Do you feel like...you talked about that if the health providers say like anything, then we will go with what they say. Do you feel like a shutdown could happen with the college before the end of t…

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Franklin College hosted the “Interfaith Understanding through Storytelling Event” Thursday as part of the college’s convocation lecture series and in partnership with the IUPUI School of Liberal Arts and their 2020 Spirit & Place Festival.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Republican Gov. Eric Holcomb will lead Indiana for a second term.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Republican Todd Rokita got off to a fast start Indiana attorney general race, leading by more than 20 percentage points against opponent Democrat Jonathan Weinzapfel with a little more than half the votes counted.

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In part two of a regular series by The Franklin, Franklin College President Kerry Prather answers more questions about COVID-19 on campus from Co-Executive Editor Hope Shrum. They also address the hire of a vice president to oversee enrollment, a new head basketball coach and the education d…

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During his first weekly meeting with The Franklin, Franklin College President Kerry Prather spoke with Co-Executive Editor Hope Shrum and Opinion Editor Carolina Puga Mendoza. They asked him about various topics, including commencement, the recent cluster of COVID-19 cases within the athleti…

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STURGEON BAY, Wis. — Former Franklin College President Thomas Minar formally pleaded not guilty to child pornography and other sex charges through his attorney at his preliminary hearing in Door County Tuesday.

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Franklin College confirmed Thursday it will hold a commencement ceremony for class of 2020 graduates in October after spring plans were disrupted by the COVID-19 shutdown.

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STURGEON BAY, Wis. — Fired Franklin College president Thomas Minar waived his right to a preliminary hearing Thursday to review 12 counts of child pornography possession brought against him by Wisconsin law enforcement. Minar was first arrested Jan. 6 at a McDonald’s restaurant in Sturgeon B…

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The Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Council of Presidents has decided to postpone all fall competitions until Jan. 1, 2021 following recommendation from the NCAA Division III Administrative Committee.

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Indy music store owner reveals reality about business during COVID-19