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.'"
Wednesday, July 18Longtime White House Correspondent: President Trump Demeans Office by Attacking Press
"Retired CBS Radio reporter Peter Maer is a fan of President Trump’s tweeting, but not the poor relationship he has with the press."
Tuesday, July 17Citizens Often First on the Scene to Report Breaking News
"Old school journalism is making way, amid evolving technology, for new school journalism that is all about short, fast snippets of information from private citizens — not just professional journalists."
Tuesday, July 17Generation Z Must Seek, and Find, Journalism It Can Trust
"Meet 'Generation Z.' The pundits are still determining what birth years that applies to, but most agree that it was between the late 1990s and the late 2000s. We grew up with developed internet, social media and convenience above all else."
Monday, July 16Program Offers Intro to Politics, Media
"Thirteen high school students arrive today at Franklin Pierce University for a whirlwind introduction to politics and how the media covers it."
Monday, July 16Students Follow the Road to the White House
"Over the course of this week, the Marlin Fitzwater Center for Communication at Franklin Pierce University is partnering with the Boston Herald to lead high school and collegiate journalists and teachers on an exploration of the intersection between 'The Presidency and the Press.'"
Thursday, July 12New Scholarship Opportunity for Worcester County Business Students
Thanks to the efforts of Zachary Gianaris ’89 of Dudley, MA, the Gianaris Family Scholarship Fund has been established to support students from Worcester County, MA who wish to attend the College of Business at Franklin Pierce.
Thursday, July 12Groundbreaking Research from Franklin Pierce Nursing Team
Nearly one in ten babies born in the U.S. requires some degree of intervention to take their first breaths. A tube may need to be inserted in the tiny airway within seconds or minutes of birth. This life-saving intubation procedure requires speed and precision - done wrong, it can cause life-threatening injury.
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