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Wednesday, September 18

How Morgan Smith became the first woman in Northeast-10 history to score a point in DII football

"It's believed that Smith is the second woman to score a point in a DII football game. Tonya Butler of West Alabama was the first to achieve the feat — and reportedly in all of college football history — kicking a field goal on Sept. 13, 2003, nearly 16 years to the day of Smith's 3-for-3 PAT performance on Saturday."

Students, faculty, staff, and candidates for political office gathered in the DiPietro Library courtyard on Tuesday, September 17 for a meaningful reflection on the rights and responsibilities conferred on American citizens by the U.S. Constitution.

Tuesday, September 17

Franklin Pierce University Observes Constitution Day

Students, faculty, staff, and candidates for political office gathered in the DiPietro Library courtyard on Tuesday, September 17 for a meaningful reflection on the rights and responsibilities conferred on American citizens by the U.S. Constitution.

Wednesday, September 11

Bernie Sanders jumps to the lead in NH: Franklin Pierce-Herald poll shows

"Former Vice President Joe Biden has lost his lead in New Hampshire with U.S. Sen Bernie Sanders jumping ahead in what is now clearly a three-person race for the Democratic primary, a new Franklin Pierce University-Boston Herald poll shows."

Tuesday, September 10

Franklin Pierce launches new academic reorganization; stays steady while other liberal arts colleges shutter

"Franklin Pierce University is launching a new academic model this year, seeking to streamline its program offerings and urge students to continue on to graduate programming."

Thursday, August 29

Franklin Pierce shifts to employ new academic disciplinary structure

"Franklin Pierce University President Kim Mooney says the school’s new academic structure will streamline continuing education opportunities for students and encourage collaboration among faculty."

Thursday, August 29

FPU welcomes 470 new students to campus

"The upperclassmen of the 'Raven Nation' welcomed 470 news students to campus Saturday, with Franklin Pierce University's annual move-in tradition, where older students assist incoming freshmen with getting settled into their dormitories."

Thursday, August 29

FPU announces new appointments amid academic reorganization

"Franklin Pierce University has appointed a new interim provost and four new academic deans as part of a reorganization of its academic programs, the university announced this week."

Thursday, August 29

Franklin Pierce University announces new provost and deans

"Franklin Pierce University announced Wednesday the appointment of an Interim Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs as well as four deans of the university’s new academic organization."

A flock of new Ravens arrive on the Rindge campus on Saturday, August 24 – 470 of them to be exact! We are looking forward to welcoming them to the Franklin Pierce community with events and activities planned throughout Orientation Weekend and beyond.

Friday, August 23

Meet the New Ravens

A flock of new Ravens arrive on the Rindge campus on Saturday, August 24 – 470 of them to be exact! We are looking forward to welcoming them to the Franklin Pierce community with events and activities planned throughout Orientation Weekend and beyond.

New students on the Rindge campus will be surrounded with support as they navigate life at Franklin Pierce University. Our Student Affairs Leadership (SALS) program is designed to ease the transition for entering freshmen and transfer students, with over 150 Ravens participating to build community and ensure campus safety.

Friday, August 23

Student Affairs Leaders are Here to Help New Ravens

New students on the Rindge campus will be surrounded with support as they navigate life at Franklin Pierce University. Our Student Affairs Leadership (SALS) program is designed to ease the transition for entering freshmen and transfer students, with over 150 Ravens participating to build community and ensure campus safety.

Friday, August 23

2020 presidential youth movement takes a hit in latest poll

"All the talk about the 2020 presidential youth movement in the Democratic party hasn’t reached New Hampshire yet, according to the latest Franklin Pierce University-Herald poll." - Paul Lambert

Professor Christina Cliff writes

Thursday, August 22

The critical undeclared voters are key to New Hampshire's 4 electoral votes

Professor Christina Cliff writes "The game changers in the first Franklin Pierce University-Boston Herald poll are the undeclared voters. But that independent-minded bloc — 47% of the voters in the poll — is showing significant splits. It all suggests potential problems for President Trump."

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