Tuesday, September 13Monadnock Ledger: Mooney Launches 'New Era' at FPU
Kim Mooney sees her new position at Franklin Pierce University as a "new era" for the 54-year-old institution. Mooney, whose office walls are lined with paintings of previous presidents, said she may be the last FPU president able to claim she has met or worked with all of her predecessors.
Tuesday, September 13Record Number of Participants Took to Mount Monadnock for Franklin Pierce's Annual Climb
A record number of students, faculty, and staff participated in Franklin Pierce University's annual Grand Monadnock Climb this past Saturday with 335 participants taking to the trails to climb to the summit together. This year's number surpassed the previous high of 246 climbers in 2007.
Tuesday, September 06Read Professor Christina Cliff's Column on the Latest FPU/Boston Herald Poll Results
Christina Cliff, visiting assistant professor of political science at Franklin Pierce, weighs in on the latest FPU/Boston Herald poll results in the Boston Herald.
Tuesday, September 06FPU Professor Frank Cohen: 'Incivility' Angle in Eye of the Beholder, Polls Show
Franklin Pierce University's Professor Frank Cohen analyzes the results from the most recent Franklin Pierce/Boston Herald Poll.
Tuesday, September 06Franklin Pierce Boston Herald Poll: Despite Donald Trump’s Missteps, Hillary Clinton’s Lead Static
Democrat Hillary Clinton has failed to take advantage of the squalls surrounding GOP rival Donald Trump and heads into the fall campaign with a tenuous lead and strong voter doubts about her trustworthiness, a new Franklin Pierce University/Boston Herald poll reveals.
Monday, September 05The Presidency and the Press on C-SPAN: An Interview with Marlin Fitzwater
mer, Marlin Fitzwater talked about the evolution of press relations and social media during presidential campaigns, and how these changes have affected news coverage. Mr. Fitzwater was interviewed by Trent Spiner '07, the executive editor of the New Hampshire Union Leader. This talk was a part of the annual Presidency and the Press program for high school students hosted by the Marlin Fitzwater Center for Communication at Franklin Pierce University in New Hampshire.
Tuesday, August 30Franklin Pierce Welcomes Record Size Incoming Class
This past Saturday crowds of parents and students descended upon Franklin Pierce University's Rindge campus where they were greeted by hundreds of faculty, staff and students who helped haul their belongings into their new homes during the university's annual move-in day.
Thursday, August 18New Presidents or Provosts
Kim Mooney, provost and vice president for academic affairs at Franklin Pierce University, in New Hampshire, has been promoted to president there.
Monday, August 15Monadnock Ledger: Presidential Peek
The night before their biggest interview, three ConVal students did what any good journalists would do: research their subject and come up with great questions.
Friday, August 12Franklin Pierce to Kick-Off NEA Big Read at Grand Monadnock Climb
Franklin Pierce University will kick off its series of NEA Big Read events on September 10th by dedicating its annual Grand Monadnock Climb to Willa Cather, adopting the hashtag #WillaMakeItToTheSummit? Those who reach the summit will be able to participate in a reading from Cather's "My Ántonia", which will be filmed by university students.
Thursday, August 11Franklin Pierce Receives Lake Management Grant
Working with local lakeshore owners, Franklin Pierce has received a $60,000 Watershed Assistance grant from the NHDES Watershed Management Bureau to improve water quality in picturesque Pearly Pond. These funds will be matched with almost $40,000 in labor and cash from the University, the Pearly Pond Association, and the Rindge Conservation Commission.
Tuesday, August 09Franklin Pierce Product Becomes First Raven to Make Major League Baseball Debut
Pitcher Steve Hathaway became the first former Raven to make his Major League Baseball debut, tossing one-third of an inning for Arizona against the Los Angeles Dodgers.
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