Happy December, everyone.
People always say to me, “How come I never see you around campus?” My response is usually along the lines of, “I spend 90% of my time inside Shirk Hall with all the other journalism majors.”
Position: The Franklin supports adding staff to the counseling center when possible. Additional trained staff will provide the professional help students and faculty need to prioritize community mental health.
Tax forms such as W-9 and I-9 are all things we've heard when applying for the FAFSA ever since high school. But after so many years, we still have no idea what they really mean.
One fateful October Thursday evening brought both a Late Night snack from Parkhurst and news that sent campus into a spiral of rumors and fear.
Position: Franklin College's decisions during the COVID-19 pandemic prompt questions. But the college's commitment to student involvement in a difficult time matters.
Jazz music comes in many variants of emotional expression. Within the roots of its music lie ragtime and the blues. Many people do not realize the intense emotional values that jazz music can have on a singular person. For example, if 10 people listen to the same song, it could be perceived …
We began to hear about the deadly spread of COVID-19 in late December 2019 and early January 2020, which originated from Wuhan, China. Not sure what it was at first, some assuming it was like a new, powerful version of the flu.
Editor’s Note: If you or someone you know is in an emergency, call The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-TALK (8255) or call 911 immediately.
James “Jim” Carter passed away on July 22. He worked in maintenance at Franklin College for more than 35 years. Tom Patz, assistant vice president of physical facilities, writes in his memory. Franklin College lost a legend last week. He wasn’t the type of legend that could be found in any r…