Angela Jackson-Brown, a published author and professor of creative writing at Spalding University, propelled her voice throughout the student center atrium in an event entitled “The Power of Spoken Word.”
Even before she started at Franklin College, senior Alexis Cheatham has been extraordinarily involved in school and extracurriculars.
Franklin College Chaplain and Director of Religious Life Hannah Adams Ingram will serve as interim director of the campus diversity center.
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.
After nearly nine years at Franklin College, Terri Roberts-Leonard will be leaving her position as director of diversity and inclusion in January to serve as the first diversity, equity and inclusion coordinator for Carmel Clay Schools.
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.
Franklin College’s Center for Diversity and Inclusion hosted a Black Lives Matter week from Nov. 16 to Nov. 20 to encourage deeper conversations about the movement on campus.
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.
Franklin College saw something new Thursday. It was called “Dragnificent — Drag Queen Story Time.”
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