A gap year before Furman
It’s a familiar script that millions of students follow each year: Graduate high school and then immediately start college. But more and more students are embracing the “gap year”—a year of volunteering and working before heading to campus. Elizabeth Campbell, a Furman freshman from Little Rock, Ark., did just that by deferring her admission to Furman for a year and moving to Seville, Spain, as part of a gap year program with the Council on International Educational Exchange. Read more in Metro.