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Former Vice President Joe Biden has jumped to a small lead in the first-in-the-nation New Hampshire Primary, while Massachusetts Senator...

Monday, January 13

Joe Biden pulls ahead in New Hampshire; Elizabeth Warren drops to third: poll

Former Vice President Joe Biden has jumped to a small lead in the first-in-the-nation New Hampshire Primary, while Massachusetts Senator...

Fourteen Doctor of Physical Therapy students from Goodyear, Arizona traveled to Cuenca, Ecuador as part of an international team addressing acute care needs of the local population and the growing number of Venezuelan refugees settled there.

Monday, December 16

Arizona DPT students provide compassionate care in Ecuador

Fourteen Doctor of Physical Therapy students from Goodyear, Arizona traveled to Cuenca, Ecuador as part of an international team addressing acute care needs of the local population and the growing number of Venezuelan refugees settled there.

The FPU Master of Physician Assistant Studies Program Class of 2021 celebrated its Short White Coat Ceremony on Friday, December 6, 2019 at Dartmouth Hitchcock- Medical Center.

Monday, December 09

Master of Physician Studies Short White Coat Ceremony

The FPU Master of Physician Assistant Studies Program Class of 2021 celebrated its Short White Coat Ceremony on Friday, December 6, 2019 at Dartmouth Hitchcock- Medical Center.

President Mooney sends her best Thanksgiving wishes & greetings to the Franklin Pierce community.

Monday, November 25

President's Thanksgiving Message

President Mooney extends her warmest wishes & greetings for a safe and happy Thanksgiving!

Master of Physician Assistant Studies (MPAS) students collected 728 books this fall, which they delivered to the Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). This 30-bed unit provides care for babies born prematurely or being treated for other health issues.

Wednesday, November 20

MPAS Students Support the Dartmouth-Hitchcock NICU

Master of Physician Assistant Studies (MPAS) students collected 728 books this fall, which they delivered to the Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). This 30-bed unit provides care for babies born prematurely or being treated for other health issues.

The Franklin Pierce Institute for Climate Action was launched at a standing room-only event on Thursday, November 14. President Kim Mooney welcomed students, faculty and staff, as well as activists and members of the larger Monadnock community, noting that the U.N.

Monday, November 18

Institute for Climate Action launched in standing-room only kickoff

The Franklin Pierce Institute for Climate Action was launched at a standing room-only event on Thursday, November 14. President Kim Mooney welcomed students, faculty and staff, as well as activists and members of the larger Monadnock community, noting that the U.N.

Members of the business community and education system gathered at Keene State College last Wednesday to address a topic that’s of great importance to the region and the state.

Friday, November 15

The state of the workforce in the Monadnock Region

Members of the business community and education system gathered at Keene State College last Wednesday to address a topic that’s of great importance to the region and the state.

RINDGE, N.H. (November 14, 2019) -- Last Friday, the Franklin Pierce University Department of Athletics formally honored its 2019 Hall of Fame Class, in a formal ceremony in Spagnuolo Hall. Click the link above for a photo gallery from the night's event.

Thursday, November 14

Franklin Pierce Celebrates 2019 Hall of Fame Class

Last Friday, the Franklin Pierce University Department of Athletics formally honored its 2019 Hall of Fame Class, in a formal ceremony in Spagnuolo Hall. Click the link above for a photo gallery from the night's event.

On Tuesday, November 12, Politics FitzU students hosted two 2020 presidential campaign events on the Rindge campus. With visits from Senator Bernie Sanders’ campaign surrogates, and former South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford, the Franklin Pierce community had opportunities hear from advocates on both sides of the political spectrum.

Wednesday, November 13

From Ice Cream to Pizza & Politics

On Tuesday, November 12, Politics FitzU students hosted two 2020 presidential campaign events on the Rindge campus. With visits from Senator Bernie Sanders’ campaign surrogates, and former South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford, the Franklin Pierce community had opportunities hear from advocates on both sides of the political spectrum.

The magazine of Raven Nation has been released for the Fall 2019. Read about the achievements of our alumni, faculty, students, and staff, as well as a message from President Mooney.

Wednesday, November 13

Our latest Issue of Pierce Magazine

The magazine of Raven Nation has been released for the Fall 2019. Read about the achievements of our alumni, faculty, students, and staff, as well as a message from President Mooney.

Wednesday, November 06

Marianne Williamson decries 'character assassination' in Rindge visit

"Months after surging in Google searches following her early televised presidential debate appearances, the spiritual self-help author has remained a unique voice in the Democratic primary field despite failing to qualify for the most recent ones."

Lecturer, activist and Democratic candidate for president Marianne Williamson was the latest visitor to Franklin Pierce University’s Pizza & Politics event, speaking on the need to return the country to a moral center and to overhaul its financial priorities.

Wednesday, November 06

Marianne Williamson visits FPU for Pizza & Politics

"Lecturer, activist and Democratic candidate for president Marianne Williamson was the latest visitor to Franklin Pierce University’s Pizza & Politics event, speaking on the need to return the country to a moral center and to overhaul its financial priorities."

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