Monday, October 24Willa Cather's New Hampshire Legacy
Franklin Pierce University professor Dr. Donna Decker and University of Nebraska professor Andrew Jewell talk about Willa Cather, the letters she wished never to be published, and the ongoing NEA Big Read events sponsored by the University.
Friday, October 21Re-dedication of The Lloyd & Helen Ament Astmann '69 Career Center
Franklin Pierce University announced earlier today, as part of its re-dedication of The Lloyd & Helen Ament Astmann '69 Career Center, the completion of its Tower of Excellence. The Tower puts career services, alumni and parent relations, the Wensberg Writing Center and the Center for Academic Excellence together under one roof in the University's Library.
Monday, October 17Franklin Pierce University/Boston Herald Poll Shows Hillary Clinton with Narrow Lead Over Donald Trump
Democrat Hillary Clinton has opened a lead over Republican Donald Trump with just over three weeks remaining in the presidential campaign.
Monday, October 17FPU Professor Christina Cliff: Issues Have Fallen by Wayside Amid Drama
Franklin Pierce University professor Christina Cliff weighs in on the latest Franklin Pierce University/Boston Herald poll.
Monday, October 17FPU Professor Frank Cohen: Donald Trump Win Would Send a Message to Major Party Elites
Franklin Pierce University professor Frank Cohen analyzes the results from the most recent Franklin Pierce/Boston Herald Poll.
Monday, October 03Dr. Robert Goodby Reflects the Most Significant Find of His Career in the Keene Sentinel
Keene Sentinel: Robert Goodby's "Eureka" moment began one day in 2010 when he walked out upon a spit of land abutting what's called Tenant Swamp in West Keene. Little could he have known then that it would change his life's work and rewrite the history of New England in a dramatic way.
Monday, September 26Franklin Pierce/Boston Herald Poll Shows Dead Heat
Rindge, NH. - The Presidential race between Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton has gotten tighter as the first presidential debate approaches. In our most recent nation-wide polling, Clinton leads Trump 45-to-43 percent among likely voters, compared to 44-to-41 percent in early September.
Monday, September 26Fox 25 Boston: Size Isn't an Issue to Play Football at Franklin Pierce
RINDGE, NH - A special brand of football allows players no heavier than 172 lbs. play the game they love. FOX25 Photojournalist Michael Bua visited Franklin Pierce University to learn more about Sprint Football.
Tuesday, September 20C-SPAN: Photographing the President
David Valdez talked about his work as a photojournalist for George H.W. Bush while he was both vice president and president. David Valdez first worked as a personal photographer to Vice President George H.W. Bush in 1983. When Vice President Bush later became president, Mr. Valdez was named to head the White House photo operation.
Tuesday, September 20Monadnock Ledger: FPU Focuses on First-Time Voters
In observance of Constitution Day or Citizenship Day - which recognizes the adoption of the document on Sept. 17, 1787, as well as immigrants who have become U.S. citizens - various campaign staffers and candidates engaged in conversation with students about important issues in the upcoming general election.
Monday, September 19Fitzwater Center's Presidency and the Press Featured on C-SPAN 3
Gene Gibbons recalls what it was like to report on several presidencies. Mr. Gibbons covered Presidents Nixon, Ford, Carter, Reagan, George H.W. Bush, and Clinton as a White House correspondent with UPI and Reuters. This event was part of a conference for high school students on the presidency and the press, hosted by the Marlin Fitzwater Center for Communication at Franklin Pierce University in New Hampshire
Thursday, September 15Boston Herald: Herald Scribe Recounts Going from Runner to Reporter in '13 Boston Marathon
Herald political reporter Chris Cassidy recalled his experience as both a runner and reporter during the Boston Marathon bombings at a Franklin Pierce University terrorism forum yesterday in Rindge, N.H.
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