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Leadership awards honor student legacies, impact

The Furman University Student Leadership Awards were presented April 7 in Younts Conference Center. Students were recognized in 15 categories; two student groups and two advisors were also recognized.

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Local news turns to Brent Nelsen in wake of Iran’s strike on Israel

Nelsen speaks with news anchors about what Israel's options might be in response to Iran's attack and describes what the conflict could mean for the U.S. and the Middle East.

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Furman Dedicates Benefactors Green to Honor Donors

Benefactors Green, to the northeast of the James B. Duke Library, honors donors in the White Oaks Society, a group of benefactors who have give $1 million or more to Furman.

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Furman Engaged continues to highlight The Furman Advantage

A record number of students participated in this year's Furman Engaged, covering topics from piano music of Bohemia to cryptological warfare.

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Optional Shucker capstone results in impassioned projects

A change to making projects optional has led students to create community projects that have even greater impact on the community.

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Poster session caps off Furman Engaged, memorable experiences for senior

Brown provides a glimpse of research poster sessions past and present, what the opportunities to present her work meant to her as a student, and how they've prepared her for a career in data analytics.

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Furman breaks ground on Timmons Arena renovation

More than 200 donors have contributed to the $40 million project, which will be ready for the 2025-2026 season.

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Local news outlets cover Paladin Pitch contest

Senior Lilly Woo '24 emerged as the winner of $10,000 in cash and resources for her Woo Milk concept, a plant-based milk with added protein for those who are lactose intolerant.

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News organizations cover Timmons Arena groundbreaking

Furman celebrated the $40 million Timmons Arena renovation with a groundbreaking ceremony Saturday, April 13. Several news outlets covered the event and spoke to Furman's Jason Donnelly, Pierre Curtis and Bob Richey.

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Lilly Woo ’24 and Woo Milk wins 2024 Paladin Pitch

Alice Tyszka ’25 won second place and Conor Dowler '24 was named the Crowd's Choice in the fifth year of the pitch competition, presented by the Hill Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.

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Skyler Warf ’24 wins best poster at ACS

Warf presented two posters at the ACS National meeting. One of them earned "best poster" recognition.

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Sarah Reese Lyric Theatre gets promo in local news

Paul Hyde tees up Furman's production of Jacques Offenbach’s "Orpheus in the Underworld." The event takes place April 13 and 14 in McAlister Auditorium.

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