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Vinson reflects on history of political campaigns

Danielle Vinson comments on whether scorched-earth political campaigns will resonate with voters in South Carolina.

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Dottie Pepper ’87 recognized by GCSAA

Furman Athletic Hall of Famer Dottie Pepper becomes the seventh woman to be honored with the Old Tom Morris Award, named for four-time British Open winner and legendary greenkeeper at Scotland's St. Andrews.

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In praise of ‘The Life and Times of Hannah Crafts’

Hannah Crafts fled North and finished a novel of her life in slavery and her escape from her enslaver's North Carolina home. Her identity long remained a mystery until Hecimovich uncovered a trove of details...

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Tollison gives historical view on Landmark building renovation, naming

A local TV station turns to Courtney Tollison for a historical perspective on the renaming and remodeling of 1960s era Landmark building, which will be renamed the Daniel building in honor of builder Charles Daniel.

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From China to New York and academia to the U.N., alumna’s journey continues

A decade spent mostly in academia has now led Xiaoman Dong ’14 to a position at the United Nations (U.N.) in New York City and the impressive title of Associate Communications Officer at the U.N.’s...

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‘An opportunity to celebrate’

Judith Williams, an assistant professor of anthropology, hopes Black History Month will be a window into the variation and diversity of the African diaspora – a window that will remain open year-round.

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Tollison talks about her new book on ‘Your Carolina,’ public radio

Tollison talks about her new book, "Our Country First, Then Greenville," and explains what makes it different from other Greenville history books.

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Hecimovich talks about new book on CBS weekend show

When "The Bondwoman's Narrative" was first published by Henry Louis Gates, skeptics didn't believe a 19th century slave could have written it. Hecimovich tracked down the evidence that proves Gates' claim and reveals the identity...

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Anna Morgan heads to Augusta, again

Fifth-year senior Morgan has high hopes for her third trip to the Augusta National Women's Amateur. Head Coach Jeff Hull gives his thoughts on the tournament and how it impacts women's golf.

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Joseph Vaughn Day 2024 remarks by Abijah Leamon ’24

Joseph Vaughn Day 2024>> Student Diversity Council President Abijah Leamon ’24 Daniel Chapel, Furman University Jan. 26, 2024   Good morning, everybody! Joseph Vaughn Family, Erica Ramsey and loved ones, President Davis, Furman faculty, staff, students...

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Joseph Vaughn Day 2024 remarks by President Elizabeth Davis

Joseph Vaughn Day 2024 >> Furman University President Elizabeth Davis Daniel Chapel, Furman University Jan. 26, 2024   Good afternoon. Thank you for braving the weather to be here. We’ve had so much rain lately,...

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Philanthropy publications report $25 million grants from The Duke Endowment

Two philanthropy publications report on the $25 million grants from The Duke Endowment to three colleges in the Carolinas, including Furman.

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