Tuesday, December 08Franklin Pierce University working on spring semester plans
Saturday marks the beginning of a long winter break for students at Franklin Pierce University, who left campus before Thanksgiving and aren’t scheduled to begin returning until Jan. 24, a week later than initially planned.
Tuesday, December 08Former Franklin Pierce basketball player Kirsten Doldoorian protecting others
Former Franklin Pierce University basketball star Kirsten Doldoorian is now a team player as one of Providence's finest.
Wednesday, December 02Overcoming the Challenges of COVID – Doctor of Physical Therapy Program
Faculty from our Doctor of Physical Therapy program tell the story of how they overcame challenges related to the COVID pandemic during the Fall 2020 semester.
Tuesday, December 01Morgan Smith, Gridiron Trailblazer Vanderbilt follows FPU's lead
She became the first woman to play football in the Northeast-10 Conference, the first woman to register a point in NE10 history, and only the second woman to score a point in NCAA Division II football.
Thursday, November 19Thanksgiving Wishes from President Kim Mooney
Thanksgiving Wishes from President Kim Mooney
Monday, November 16Get a grip we're in this pandemic ride together
Can we all just get along? Following the results of the Franklin Pierce University-Boston Herald post-election poll, some things are clear.
Monday, November 16For those surveyed, it’s all about the benjamins
President Trump and Joe Biden amassed over 150 million combined votes — the largest tally for any presidential campaign in U.S. history.
Wednesday, October 28Joe Biden holds commanding lead in final week, new FPU/Herald poll reveals
Democratic nominee Joe Biden — fueled by a surge of early voting — continues to hold a commanding lead over President Trump and Republicans need a major surge of late support to catch up in the final week, a new nationwide Franklin Pierce University-Boston Herald poll shows.
Tuesday, October 27Celebrating Raven Nation Week!
As health and safety remain our priority, we know that hosting a large, in-person gathering is not an option this fall, but we hope that we will be able to gather again soon. Just because we can’t be together doesn’t mean we can’t connect, socialize, reminisce and celebrate with friends and family. We simply have to create new traditions in the meantime.
Tuesday, October 20Fall Virtual Job & Internship Fair
Franklin Pierce University and New Hampshire Employment Security are partnering to host a Fall Virtual Job & Internship Fair for the Southwestern area of New Hampshire.
Tuesday, October 06Voters split over whether Senate should vote on Trump’s Supreme Court pick before November election
Voters are split over whether the U.S. Senate should vote on President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee before the November general election, a new Franklin Pierce University-Boston Herald poll shows.
Tuesday, October 06Trump support craters after contracting coronavirus, new FPU/Herald poll reveals
Catching coronavirus has been disastrous for President Trump’s re-election hopes, with support for the president plummeting since news of the infection broke, allowing Democratic nominee Joe Biden to open a commanding double-digit lead, a new Franklin Pierce University-Boston Herald poll shows. The nationwide poll reveals that instead of a sympathy factor for Trump, there’s been a stunning drop in the Republican president’s poll numbers since he revealed his diagnosis last Friday.
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