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On Tuesday, November 12, Politics FitzU students hosted two 2020 presidential campaign events on the Rindge campus. With visits from Senator Bernie Sanders’ campaign surrogates, and former South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford, the Franklin Pierce community had opportunities hear from advocates on both sides of the political spectrum.

Wednesday, November 13

From Ice Cream to Pizza & Politics

On Tuesday, November 12, Politics FitzU students hosted two 2020 presidential campaign events on the Rindge campus. With visits from Senator Bernie Sanders’ campaign surrogates, and former South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford, the Franklin Pierce community had opportunities hear from advocates on both sides of the political spectrum.

The magazine of Raven Nation has been released for the Fall 2019. Read about the achievements of our alumni, faculty, students, and staff, as well as a message from President Mooney.

Wednesday, November 13

Our latest Issue of Pierce Magazine

The magazine of Raven Nation has been released for the Fall 2019. Read about the achievements of our alumni, faculty, students, and staff, as well as a message from President Mooney.

Wednesday, November 06

Marianne Williamson decries 'character assassination' in Rindge visit

"Months after surging in Google searches following her early televised presidential debate appearances, the spiritual self-help author has remained a unique voice in the Democratic primary field despite failing to qualify for the most recent ones."

Lecturer, activist and Democratic candidate for president Marianne Williamson was the latest visitor to Franklin Pierce University’s Pizza & Politics event, speaking on the need to return the country to a moral center and to overhaul its financial priorities.

Wednesday, November 06

Marianne Williamson visits FPU for Pizza & Politics

"Lecturer, activist and Democratic candidate for president Marianne Williamson was the latest visitor to Franklin Pierce University’s Pizza & Politics event, speaking on the need to return the country to a moral center and to overhaul its financial priorities."


The Office of Residential Life invited local families to participate in their annual Trick-or-Treat event this past Tuesday, October 29th.

Thursday, October 31

Community Trick-or-Treat

The Office of Residential Life invited local families to participate in their annual Trick-or-Treat event this past Tuesday, October 29th.

A leader in her field,  Priscilla Marsicovetere,  J.D., PA-C has many hopes for growing the Master of Physician Assistant  Studies program at  Franklin Pierce, including returning her students to the local community to practice.

Thursday, October 24

It's a Great Time to be a PA

A leader in her field, Priscilla Marsicovetere, J.D., PA-C has many hopes for growing the Master of Physician Assistant Studies program at Franklin Pierce, including returning her students to the local community to practice.

As workforce development remains a top priority for many New Hampshire businesses, and the traditional workplace has transitioned into an environment where change is the norm, it has become clear that continuing education and professional improvement is a necessity for students and professionals on the path to career success.

Thursday, October 24

NH higher ed provides pathway to career success

As workforce development remains a top priority for many New Hampshire businesses, and the traditional workplace has transitioned into an environment where change is the norm, it has become clear that continuing education and professional improvement is a necessity for students and professionals on the path to career success.

Wednesday, October 23

Franklin Pierce University cuts ribbon on new home for College of Business

"With a snip of over-sized scissors during a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Thursday, Franklin Pierce University officially christened a new home for its College of Business, in the freshly renovated Monadnock Hall."

On Thursday, October 17, the Board of Trustees, College of Business Advisory Board, Monadnock Employers Forum, alumni and special guests convened on the Rindge campus for a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the debut of the College of Business’ new home in historic Monadnock Hall.

Thursday, October 17

Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony Celebrates the Debut of the College of Business’ New Home

On Thursday, October 17, the Board of Trustees, College of Business Advisory Board, Monadnock Employers Forum, alumni and special guests convened on the Rindge campus for a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the debut of the College of Business’ new home in historic Monadnock Hall.

Wednesday, October 16

New Hampshire leans toward impeachment

"A majority of New Hampshire voters now backs the impeachment inquiry into whether President Trump improperly influenced Ukranian officials to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden, a new Franklin Pierce University-Boston Herald poll reveals."

Former first lady Michelle Obama would enter the 2020 Democratic New Hampshire primary race as the frontrunner, a new Franklin Pierce University-Boston Herald poll has found — though so far she's insisted she won't.

Monday, October 14

Michelle Obama would enter NH primary as frontrunner

"Former first lady Michelle Obama would enter the 2020 Democratic New Hampshire primary race as the frontrunner, a new Franklin Pierce University-Boston Herald poll has found — though so far she's insisted she won't."

Tuesday, October 08

Gabbard enjoys pizza with crowd

"Congresswoman and Democratic presidential hopeful Tulsi Gabbard stopped at Franklin Pierce University in Rindge Thursday for some Pizza & Politics.”

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