FURMAN IN THE NEWS

Discover Frankie Welch

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

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Democratic Rep. David Trone faces off against Republican state Del. Neil Parrott in Maryland’s 6th Congressional District election

Furman alum and trustee David Trone '77 squares off with Republican Neil Parrott in a rematch for the seat in Western Maryland.

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Jasmine Road, Community Spirit Award: A path home

Beth Messick's Jasmine Road is honored with an award highlighting its work in the community to support a vulnerable population of women.

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More voters stepping out to vote early compared to June primaries

The Greenville News polls Upstate residents about why they vote. Two Furman students weigh in.

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COVID-19 origins: Investigating a ‘complex and grave situation’ inside a Wuhan lab

State Department political officer and Asian studies alum Toy Reid '00 employs language skills to uncover a nuanced parlance used by Chinese Communist Party officials when speaking about circumstances related to the pandemic.

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Community Foundation of Greenville honors President Elizabeth Davis

Furman President Elizabeth Davis receives Community Foundation's Education Transformation Award, part of the foundation's 2022 Charitable Giving Awards.

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Greenville County organizations receive $1.5 million grant to address health inequities

A coalition of three nonprofit organizations and two universities aim to curtail health inequities in Greenville County. Furman's Institute for the Advancement of Community Health and Clemson lead research to uncover harmful policies and practices.

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5 things to watch for in Wednesday’s governor debate between McMaster, Cunningham

Joseph Bustos turns to Danielle Vinson for her impressions on how the candidates might address 'tricky' issues in the debate.

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Lexington County deputy made music before making an investment in her community

Piano performance alumna Kaaren Younts Miller '06 takes an unconventional route toward public service.

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