Friday, August 24New Franklin Pierce Ravens are Here!
Franklin Pierce University is excited to begin a new academic year with 492 new students calling Rindge ‘home.’ The Class of 2022 and transferring upperclassmen hail from 25 states and four countries.
Monday, August 20Librarian Paul O. Jenkins' New Book, "Teaching the Beatles"
Franklin Pierce University Librarian Paul O. Jenkins co-edited the book Teaching the Beatles, recently published by Routledge. For Jenkins, this book fulfills his lifelong interest in the band and its relevance to many subjects.
Tuesday, August 14Engaging Youth in Democracy
"Let’s start a conversation about the extraordinary power of collaboration in engaging Granite State youth in our democracy."
Monday, August 13Ravens in the Community: Women's Soccer Hosts Clinic for Local Youngsters
On Sunday afternoon, the Ravens welcomed over a dozen kids from the Rindge and Fitzwilliam area to Sodexo Field. The team's student-athletes spent time instructing the youngsters in the basic skills of the game.
Thursday, August 09Dr. Paula McWilliam is new Director of Nursing
Dr. Paula McWilliam will become Director of Nursing at Franklin Pierce University effective September 1, 2018. Dr. McWilliam served as Interim Director for the past year, and prior to that she was Associate Professor of Nursing for two years.
Thursday, August 09Rindge’s 250th: the founding of FPU
"Franklin Pierce University was founded in Rindge in 1962, the result of the entrepreneurial vision of Frank S. DiPietro, its founder and first president. DiPietro dreamed of a college where learning is an active and applied process, where faculty guide students to discover for themselves where their interests might lead."
Thursday, August 0229th Annual Golf Tournament
Franklin Pierce University, in conjunction with the Department of Athletics, recently hosted the 29th Annual Franklin Pierce University Golf Tournament on Monday, July 23.
Wednesday, August 01Governor Sununu Visits BEST Camp at Franklin Pierce
NH Governor Christopher T. Sununu visited the Rindge campus on Thursday, July 26 to speak with 90 middle school students attending the BEST camp, a partnership among Franklin Pierce University, the Jaffrey-Rindge Rotary and the local SAU #47 school district.
Tuesday, July 24High School Students Dive into Journalism at Franklin Pierce
High school students from all over New Hampshire explored the road from primaries to presidential elections as part of Franklin Pierce University’s “The Presidency and the Press” immersion experience in journalism and politics.
Friday, July 20No Easy Answer to Regain Generation Z's Lost Faith in Media
"With everything that has been happening in the news recently, many youth seem to have lost faith in their local and national news sources."
Thursday, July 19Granite State Proud of its Prime Place in Poll Position
"The 2020 race for the White House will mark the 100th anniversary of New Hampshire’s first-in-the-nation presidential primary. But the honor didn’t come easy."
Wednesday, July 18Granite State Governor Laments Media Bias
"New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu has tuned out TV news. 'I used to love watching the news,' said Sununu. 'But it’s miserable now.'"
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