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Music, food and cowboy garb help students Swing into Furman

The Furman University Student Activities Board (FUSAB) hosted its first event of the 2022-2023 academic year, Swing into Furman, Friday, Sept. 2 on Furman Mall.

Swing into Furman is “an old FUSAB tradition to help new students get involved on campus,” said Sam Romaniello ’24, vice president of public relations for FUSAB.

About 400 students came by dressed in their favorite cowboy attire and decorated their own cowboy hats, Romaniello said. Upstate band Song provided live dance music, and students enjoyed a buffet of Southern food.

Visit the FUSAB SyncDin page for more events throughout the year.

Students decorate cowboy hats during Swing into Furman

Students enjoy fellowship and games during Swing into Furman

Article by Jerry Salley '90, Senior Writer
Last updated September 15, 2022
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