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Furman earns No. 12 spot for ‘making an impact’ in Princeton Review’s ‘Best Value Colleges’

Furman is listed among the top 20 private schools "making an impact" in The Princeton Review's 2023 "Best Value Colleges" guide.

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Legacy honor societies combine ranks, elect new members

Quaternion and Senior Order merge to form QSO. Selection to the society is one of the highest honors bestowed upon Furman students.

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‘Americans and the Holocaust’ exhibition comes to Furman University

The James B. Duke Library is one of only 50 U.S. libraries hosting the traveling exhibition presented by the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum and the American Library Association.

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Furman hosts national Holocaust exhibit, holds educational sessions

"Americans and the Holocaust," a traveling exhibit, is on display in Furman's Duke Library until April 25. The library will also hold events to enrich knowledge and understanding of the Holocaust.

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Greenville needs more affordable housing. We talked to experts and officials about solutions.

How does the City of Greenville shore up affordable housing? Experts offer ways to make it happen. Hear from Furman's Chandra Dillard and alumna Lillian Brock Flemming.

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Computers are capable of writing SC student papers. Professors fear where it’s going.

Darren Hick asked students to write an essay about David Hume and the "paradox of horror." The Post and Courier tested the assignment with artificial intelligence bot ChatGPT.

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Greenville boutique plant shop switching sides on Augusta Street

Greenville native and vocal performance alumna Leyly Bagherof '18 speaks to The Post and Courier about her entrepreneurial journey and store residents Rosie, Mike and Fergie. (Spoiler: They are plants.)

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The New York Times, PBS turn to Furman, Hick for ChatGPT coverage

Academia ponders how to stay a step ahead of AI tool ChatGPT. Furman and Darren Hick, philosophy professor, again find themselves in the national headlines.

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The Cost of Unity

Unity Park was Greenville's biggest price tag. Its cost might be Black neighborhoods, too. Research by The Shi Institute for Sustainable Communities anchors a Greenville News series.

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Leading: How teaching your trustees helps you

Furman Board of Trustees goes to school. Leading class is Furman President Elizabeth Davis who explains the nuances of the Gen Z set.

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Furman President Davis opines on the ‘well’ campus in book chapter

Elizabeth Davis describes what it takes to navigate the complex changes that are often a necessary step toward becoming a successful modern university while also respecting the culture and history of the campus.

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Discover Frankie Welch

Mary Frances (Barnett) Welch '48 designed fashions for the political elite as well as the mainstream woman.

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