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Math takes alumna from Disney to Cirque du Soleil

Courtney Brown '20 has taken her math skills and love of the entertainment world to one of the most well-known, premier circuses — Cirque du Soleil.

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New study looks at parlance of abortion news coverage; Vinson weighs in

POLITICO taps the expertise of Vinson to help unravel the language local papers used about abortion in the months following the dissolution of Roe v. Wade.

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Book by Aaron Simmons draws airtime on local TV stations

J. Aaron Simmons appears as a guest on two local TV stations to talk about his book "Camping with Kierkegaard: Faithfulness as a Way of Life."

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Furman monitoring expected storm

Heavy rains and gusting winds are expected through the afternoon of Jan. 9.

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Local news covers Furman’s celebration of MLK including talk by NPR’s Deggans

NPR's Eric Deggans headlines Furman's annual MLK Community Breakfast set for Friday, Jan. 12, in Younts Conference Center.

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Emily Schuck explains FAFSA delays

VP of Enrollment Management Schuck unpacks FAFSA changes and how the university is responding.

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Education alumna makes foray into business ownership

Sease parlays her love of books and literacy to bookstore ownership.

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Paul Thomas writes commentary about reading reform programs

Thomas says there's a better way to address South Carolina's reading crisis.

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Education alumna Wells receives Virginia’s highest faculty honor

Melissa Wells '09 M'10 is honored with the Commonwealth of Virginia's Outstanding Faculty Award from the State Council of Higher Education.

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Gibson ’81 comments on growing chasm between Vatican and traditionalist American Catholics

David Gibson is an award-winning journalist and author. He is director of Fordham University's Center on Religion and Culture.

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Clearly Furman raises $133.5 million for scholarships, academics and teaching

Furman’s alumni and friends have provided $133.5 million in support of student scholarships, academic programs and teaching excellence through Clearly Furman, the Campaign for Our Third Century, the university’s historic comprehensive campaign, which concludes in...

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With ‘Chemistry for Cooks,’ Sandra C. Greer ’66 explores the science on our plate

What does chemistry have to do with your family feast? Quite a lot if you brine your turkey.

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