Dean was dead. Edwards lacked enthusiasm. Sharpton was funny. And the biggest winner in last month's nationally televised Democratic Presidential Debate may have been Greenville and Furman.
Ask almost any recent male Furman graduate currently employed by the university where he lives, and his response will most likely be the “graduate dorms” or the “alumni employee house.” Can't find this building on the Furman map? That's because these are nicknames for Chris Colvin's split-level house at 6 Devonshire Lane.
Inside Furman is published monthly during the school year by the Furman University Department of Marketing and Public Relations. For story ideas, e-mail John Roberts, editor.
Launched this month, FUnet is designed to be Furman's one-stop on-line shop for university news and announcements. It has been developed over the past year with input from Furman's Web Advisory Group. With help from student writers and photographers, we hope to post several new stories and photos each week.
Most Furman faculty, staff and students generally agree that there is racial harmony on campus. But on matters of religion there is some tension, according to a diversity survey published recently by the Office of Multicultural Affairs.