Franklin College has gained state recognition for its educator preparation programs, including the recently lost elementary education program and a new secondary education transition to teaching program. At a May 5 meeting of the State Board of Education, the 11-member board voted unanimousl…
The small yellow house across the street from Spurlock Center isn’t just another building on campus. Soon, it will be offering opportunities for students to expand their creativity in the technological world.
Ernest Evans grew up as the only boy in his family. But in college, he went from having no brothers to thousands.
When she isn't spending time on her family's homestead, Kyra Noerr is teaching Franklin College students about exercise science and life after college.
Associate art professor Randi Frye uses a thoughtful approach inside and out of the classroom to encourage her students and those who view her art.
Part-time professor and Monroe County commissioner, Julie Thomas, juggles a full life between serving her community and mentoring students.
Emily Jones denied the educators’ blood running through her veins for years before she realized living out of suitcases wasn’t the reality she wanted.
Franklin College administrators are reminding the campus community to follow the school’s policy on virtual learning after receiving complaints from some professors.
Co-Executive Editor Taylor Wooten sat down with President Kerry Prather to discuss the announcements made at Gov. Eric Holcomb’s recent coronavirus reflection, including the transition from a mask mandate to a mask advisory and vaccine distribution opening to college students and other India…
Few departments at small, liberal arts colleges can say they have won a national award, but Franklin’s math and computing department is an exception.
Although Kerry Prather has worked at Franklin College since 1982, mostly as a men’s basketball coach and athletic director, becoming the president of the college was never on his radar, he said. Now, he will be president until at least 2024, the Board of Trustees announced this week.
Helping students become involved in campus organizations and immersing themselves in other cultures through global education is what motivates Office of Global Education Director Jenny Cataldi.
In a time where virtual learning is prominent, academic dishonesty—and student stress—is on the rise.
Admissions at Franklin College has recently seen a big change in not only its staff, but the way leaders recruit students.
Possibly the first thing you'd notice about assistant professor of philosophy Nicole Dular is her bright purple balayage hair, the noise her heels make on the tiles in Old Main, or even her new red blouse.
Franklin College’s Board of Trustees met Saturday morning to discuss new developments around diversity and inclusion, the campus response to COVID-19 and upcoming capital projects.
Franklin College Chaplain and Director of Religious Life Hannah Adams Ingram will serve as interim director of the campus diversity center.
Even though this is Franklin College’s first immersive term during the pandemic, the promise of engagement remains.
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.
Students packed up their dorm rooms and headed home in May after the college transitioned to remote learning for the remainder of the semester in March.
COVID-19 has presented new obstacles for everyone, but on a college campus, the pandemic has posed a special challenge: How to balance education with public health.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana Democrats offered a hopeful conversation ahead of Election Night returns, anticipating a change in the minority party’s favor in major congressional, statewide and legislative races.
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.
Franklin College staff hosted a moderated discussion Thursday about the importance of voting, how to engage in civil discourse and how to process the many emotions that can come with Election Day.
In what would become her last weeks at Franklin College, aspiring elementary teacher Hailey Pardue found herself “shocked” by an announcement that landed in her email inbox while working a shift at the Franklin Boys & Girls Club.