fall-2023

Shelby’s Song

Shelby Parker ’15 is preserving and strengthening the Cherokee culture by uplifting its members – at work and at home.

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Cells on the Move

A professor and his students are researching how cells spread, move and interact with other cells, which could help us better understand cancer metastasis.

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Beast Mode

Runner Allie Buchalski ’18 Loves Her Job, Even On the Days She Doesn't

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Doubling Down

Mike Bothwell ’23 and Jalen Slawson ’23 Returned to Furman for a Final Year of Basketball, Leading to a Magical Season That Fans Won't Soon Forget

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Q&A: Just Human Enough

Darren Hick, an assistant professor of philosophy, explains how one form of artificial intelligence is already changing our lives.

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From the Vault: Underground Art

The unsigned “Furman Antics” mural was the backdrop for residence hall life about 40 years ago.

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The Tie That Binds

Professor Liz Smith and her students explain how “business apparel” and other clothing rules are used to define who belongs in positions of power and who doesn’t.

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Furman Engaged Invites Us to Be Curious

Visit the field, the lab, another country or century – for just a few moments.

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‘How Can I Help?’

By creating the space for our students to compete, to learn and to innovate, giving through Furman helps students shape a better future for us all.

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On Discourse

Furman focuses on listening, engaging across differences.

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Overheard

A Reader Responds to ‘A Daytripper's Guide to Epics and Icons' from the Fall 2022 Issue.

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Scene and Be Seen

Members of the Furman family celebrated the launch of Clearly Furman, the Campaign for Our Third Century, at a variety of events this year.

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