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Furman chemists publish new findings on molecule that may be involved in cloud formation

Studying ice cream castles in the air and feather canyons everywhere, from a molecular perspective, gives chemical clues to global warming and perhaps to life's illusions.

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Horhota, Anderson collaborate on ACS book chapter about college, careers

Michele Horhota and Mary Elizabeth Anderson describe how making small changes within a department can help students connect the dots between classroom experiences and career goals.

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Clearly Furman reached new heights in donors, gifts and engagement

Furman benefactors gave more than $70 million in fiscal year 2024, drawing close to the Clearly Furman campaign goal. The majority of the gifts will invest in Furman’s future.

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The vanguard of summer: Students explore jazz through research, original music

Six students are conducting summer research to experiment with composing and arranging music that they will ultimately record.

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Kilstofte’s ‘Invisible Angels’ premieres at Duke Chapel

Mark Kilstofte's world premiere of "Invisible Angels" was part of a summer concert, "What the Earth Says," performed June 16 by the 32-member Vocal Arts Ensemble of Durham and directed by Rodney Wynkoop.

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Local TV station highlights July 4 concert ft. PaintJam

Furman Band members rehearse with speed painters to synchronize art with music. Sue Samuels speaks with WYFF's Rashad Williams about the July 4 event.

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Riley Institute hosts seventh annual Advantage Scholars program

Incoming first-year students from around the country who receive Duke, Townes, Hollingsworth, Vaughn, Mickel, or Lay scholarships came to campus to learn leadership, experience community. 

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Local news draws on Shi Institute report

The Greenville News looks at a remediation plan for the site of a former manufactured gas facility. Climate change and environmental issues reporter Sarah Swetlik draws on a study by a fellow of The Shi...

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Schuck tapped for update on FAFSA delays

The U.S. Government system that calculates how much financial aid students receive is still leaving families with questions about college affordability. Furman's Emily Schuck says her team is working round the clock to provide answers....

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Ukrainian student who fled war finds the familiar in martial arts, resilience with Furman

Anastasiia Savchenko ’27 fled Ukraine with her family when war broke out. In South Carolina, the Ukrainian national Taekwondo champion found a place to practice martial arts, and a college home in Furman.

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Vinson comments on race in SC’s Third Congressional District

Danielle Vinson says campaigning on gender over platform might work in the Democratic Party, but not so much in the Republican Party.

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Furman President Davis profiled in Baylor alumni magazine

Elizabeth Davis goes on record about establishing a leadership team when she arrived at Furman in 2014. She also comments on the importance of mentorship and respecting students' spiritual journeys.

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