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Darby Moore ’17 on a mission to protect endangered species

Moore's research at the University of Cincinnati is aimed at informing management strategies for parrot reintroduction programs.

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Furman’s ‘Music By The Lake’ series a gift to the community

Director of Bands Sue Samuels reminds WYFF viewers it's not too late to catch live, free concerts at Furman's amphitheater, a tradition for more than 50 years at the university.

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Furman alumna Brown-Nagin responds to affirmative action ruling

Harvard professor Tomiko Brown-Nagin '92 H'23 writes an opening opinion piece to The New York Times' "How To Fix College Admissions Now" in the wake of the SCOTUS' ruling on affirmative action.

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Fair works with clinic that provides ‘human-centered care’

IACH's Melissa Fair cites statistics that demand non-judgmental, trauma-informed care for expectant mothers with SUD. The aim of Magdelene Clinic is to retain families and demonstrate that patients are making strides toward recovery.

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Jalen Slawson drafted in NBA’s second round

Jalen Slawson '23 became the first Furman Paladin to be selected in the NBA draft since 1984, going in the second round to the Sacramento Kings.

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Alumnus brings space to life as NASA Solar System Ambassador

Ray Garner ’18 shared his galactic passions in several community talks as an astronomy graduate student in Ohio – and he has no plans to stop once he gets to Texas.

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Vinson speculates on presidential primary candidates

If the South Carolina Republican Presidential Primary were held today, how would current candidates rank? Danielle Vinson offers her thoughts on the what-if scenario in The State.

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Curtis steps in as head coach of Furman Women’s Basketball

Longtime coach Pierre Curtis takes the reins at Furman as head coach of Women's Basketball. Local TV stations cover the press conference.

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A champion for truth, justice and democracy

Temidayo Aganga-Williams ’08 felt a unique weight in his work as senior investigative counsel for the House Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack.

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Furman grad DeSantis in CNBC story about freelancing

CNBC interviewed alumnus Nathaniel DeSantis '19 about his decision to work for himself.

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Furman’s Sam Lape ’23 advances to NCAA Championship

Several news outlets reported on senior Sam Lape whose final round in the NCAA Salem Regional catapulted him to a 2nd-place finish and a spot in the NCAA Championship.

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Phenomenal phenocam: Capturing effects of climate change

Looming 351 feet high atop Paladin Stadium is a camera that records changes in tree canopy over time. The images from Furman become part of a trove of data showing seasonal variations of diverse ecosystems...

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