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Ambrose ’83 on ‘Student Success at Henderson State University’

Charles Ambrose, chancellor of Henderson State University in Arkansas, was a guest on the "Complete College America" podcast.

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Philanthropist and former Fountain Inn City Attorney Melvin Younts dies at 93

The Younts family contributed to several projects and causes, including the Melvin and Dollie Younts Conference Center and Paladin Plaza on the Furman campus.

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Phil Lane named VP, GM of Graham Media Group’s KPRC-TV in Houston

The 1987 Furman University history alumnus, has been tapped to serve as vice president and general manager of the NBC broadcast affiliate in Houston, Texas.

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Corporate Counsel announces 2022 Women, Influence and Power in Law Awards

Yendelela Neely Holston, Furman University Board of Trustees member and partner at Kilpatrick Townsend, has been named by Corporate Counsel as a recipient of its 2022 Women, Influence and Power in Law Awards.

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Gift from Congressman David Trone ’77 and June Trone garners media attention

A flurry of media outlets ran news about the $10 million donation to Furman University from Congressman David Trone '77 and wife June Trone in support mental health and Jewish student organization Hillel.

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Congressman David Trone ’77 and wife June give Furman $10 million to support mental health, Hillel

The gift will help expand the counseling center, launch an integrative approach to mental health and wellbeing, and create the Hillel Endowment Fund.

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In Greenville County, past racist deeds abet gentrification, displacement

An article in The Post and Courier (Greenville) follows up on a mapping project carried out by Furman University researchers.

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How century-old racist deed covenants echo in present-day Greenville

Furman University alumnus Sam Hayes '20, who majored in history and politics and international affairs, and Ken Kolb, professor and chair of the sociology department at Furman, pored over hundreds of thousands of Greenville County...

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Betsy King and Golf Fore Africa honored at Evian

She'll tell you that golf is not her calling despite being a two-time U.S. Women’s Open champion and an LPGA Hall of Famer. Rather, Betsy King, a 1977 Furman University alumna and Furman Women's Golf...

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