Thursday, June 29Franklin Pierce Alum Earns a Bahamian Parliament Seat
Franklin Pierce was not the only institution vying for Shanendon Cartwright's attention as a top national high school basketball prospect. But Pierce was the school he chose. Now, Shanendon sits as a member of Parliament for the Commonwealth of the Bahamas.
Tuesday, June 27Franklin Pierce Students Win an Emmy Award
Ten Franklin Pierce students were honored with a student Emmy Award by the New England chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) at the 40th Boston/New England Emmy Awards Ceremony on Saturday, June 24 for their production of an "It's On Us" public service announcement (PSA).
Wednesday, June 07Franklin Pierce Welcomes New Members to its Board of Trustees
The Board of Trustees of Franklin Pierce University, the governing body of the institution, has appointed three new members, including Robert Riley, John Burke and Terrell Boston Smith.
Tuesday, June 06Five Questions with Holly Beretto, Editor of Pierce Magazine
Writer and Marketing Specialist Holly Beretto graduated magna cum laude from Franklin Pierce College in 1993 with a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication in hand and a Sigma Tau Delta cord draped over her shoulders. Never did Holly think, as she crossed that commencement stage, that she would be back as editor of Pierce Magazine nearly a quarter of a century later.
Monday, June 05From A.L.A.NA. to Archaeology: Shinel Nicholas '19
Shinel's personal commitment not only to A.L.A.NA. and Pierce Perspective--its student discussion group--but to social justice has twice earned her the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Service Award. This honor recognizes students who have demonstrated a commitment to service and community building, and recognizes individuals as they work to fulfill the dream and message of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Sunday, June 04A Raven On and Off the Court: Jemma Thacker '18
Jemma Thacker’s first visit to New England was the day she stepped onto the College at Rindge campus of Franklin Pierce University. She began her Raven career during the spring semester, welcomed by the frigid 30 degree temperatures of late January.
Friday, June 02Community Spotlight: Emma's 321 Pub & Kitchen
There are only two ways in to Franklin Pierce University's College at Rindge campus: University Drive and Mountain Road. While the former brings a visitor alongside the glistening shores of Pearly Pond and past the beautiful Lakeview townhouses where most senior undergraduates reside, the latter is, for many, a direct pipeline to Emma's 321 Pub & Kitchen.
Friday, May 26President Mooney Featured on Breaking Barriers Panel
Franklin Pierce University President Kim Mooney was featured on a panel of prominent leaders sponsored by Bernstein Shur and the New Hampshire Women's Bar Association called, "Breaking Barriers - A Conversation with Female Trailblazers in New Hampshire's Business, Non-Profit and Legal Communities."
Thursday, May 25Franklin Pierce Announces New Provost
Franklin Pierce University announces the appointment of Dr. James DuMond, Jr. to the position of Provost andDr. James DuMond Vice President for Academic Affairs.
Tuesday, April 11Franklin Pierce University Announces New Director of Athletics
Franklin Pierce University announces the appointment of Rachel Burleson to the position of Director of Athletics, succeeding Bruce Kirsch who will retire in June after serving in the position at Franklin Pierce for 45 years.
Monday, April 10Kirsti Sandy Wins Franklin Pierce University's 2017 Raven Prize in Creative Nonfiction
Northern New England Review (NNER), published by the staff and students of Franklin Pierce University, is pleased to announce that New Hampshire writer Kirsti Sandy is the winner of the NNER 2017 Raven Prize in Creative Nonfiction.
Saturday, April 01Franklin Pierce To Honor Retiring Director of Athletics
Franklin Pierce University President Kim Mooney will honor retiring Director of Athletics and fellow Franklin Pierce alumnus Bruce Kirsh during a retirement dinner on April 30 at 6 p.m. in Spagnuolo Hall on the College at Rindge campus.
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