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For many young adults, college is a time of self discovery and experimentation, so students may sometimes feel like they’re missing something. For sophomore Devin Wilham, that something is a catalytic converter.
Phi Delta Theta was the first fraternity established at Franklin College in 1860. As of April 24, the fraternity has reinstalled twice in the past 20 years. Now, with 18 members, their official charter and a move to the house currently rented by Tau Kappa Epsilon on the horizon, the group is…
While the cities of Franklin and Kuji, Japan were officially affirmed as sister cities in 1961, the ties between the two municipalities goes back to one Franklin College grad who dedicated her life to service.
After shootings in Atlanta March 17 rocked the nation and brought attention to growing hate against Asian Americans, lifetime Franklin resident Michelle Waugh-Dahl is pushing for her majority-white hometown to answer questions about race and community that she feels have often been ignored.
Professor and Franklin College alumna Angie Walls is dedicated to providing support and guiding her children and Franklin College students through her passions in math and faith.
The first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine have been administered across the country and throughout Indiana, but Johnson County might have to wait a little longer to receive more doses.
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.
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.
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.
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…