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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.”

On Thursday, October 3, U.S. Rep. and Democratic presidential hopeful Tulsi Gabbard visited the Rindge campus to participate in Pizza & Politics, a series of on-campus conversations between students and presidential candidates.

Friday, October 04

Presidential Candidate Tulsi Gabbard Visits the Rindge Campus for Pizza & Politics

On Thursday, October 3, U.S. Rep. and Democratic presidential hopeful Tulsi Gabbard visited the Rindge campus to participate in Pizza & Politics, a series of on-campus conversations between students and presidential candidates.

In November, fourteen DPT students from FPU’s Goodyear, AZ Center will travel to Cuenca, Ecuador to provide medical care to the local people and to displaced Venezuelan refugees there.

Tuesday, October 01

DPT Students Prepare for Service Trip to Ecuador

In November, fourteen DPT students from FPU’s Goodyear, AZ Center will travel to Cuenca, Ecuador to provide medical care to the local people and to displaced Venezuelan refugees there.

Rindge students shared highlights of their summer jobs and internships at the 2019 Summer Experience Showcase on Friday, September 27. Students prepared posters with information about their employers, responsibilities, and key takeaways from their experiences.

Friday, September 27

2019 Summer Experience Showcase

Rindge students shared highlights of their summer jobs and internships at the 2019 Summer Experience Showcase on Friday, September 27. Students prepared posters with information about their employers, responsibilities, and key takeaways from their experiences.

Fall harvest activities, lectures and presentations, a parents reception at Pearly House, tailgating and athletic events filled the day with Pierce Pride.

Wednesday, September 25

Families Flock to Rindge

Fall harvest activities, lectures and presentations, a parents reception at Pearly House, tailgating and athletic events filled the day with Pierce Pride.

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."

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