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Ready, set, vote!

Dins Vote aims to boost voter registration and participation for the upcoming midterm elections.

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HOMOCATS and other queer zines

A new collection of zines in Special Collections offers inspiration for class assignments while helping to create a more diverse, inclusive environment at Furman.

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Furman rises in US News rankings; noted for innovation, teaching, research, first-year experience

The university has ranked among the most innovative universities since 2016, and ranked No. 4 this year, signaling the level of awareness of The Furman Advantage and other programs have in higher education.

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Clemson, Furman universities partner to create SC ‘Black Archive’

Hecimovich on the SC "Black Archive" - “We can’t smoke a pipe and sit in a tweed jacket in a library and get to the story.”

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GREENVILLE NEWS: What Juneteenth teaches us, reminds us

In a guest column contributed by Furman University's Rod Kelley, assistant dean of student conduct and interim director of the Center for Inclusive Communities, Kelley urges readers to celebrate Juneteenth as more than a pivotal...

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Pathways course approved to guide students through The Furman Advantage

Furman University faculty have voted to make Pathways, a two-year program central to The Furman Advantage, a graduation requirement for all students starting in Fall 2022. Pathways is a one-credit class each semester for first-...

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Fall 2021 Dean’s List

More than 1,000 students made the Dean’s List for the 2021 fall term. The honor is awarded to full-time undergraduates who earn a grade point average of at least 3.4 during the semester. The students,...

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Charleston mayor’s real estate connections spawn heated ethics debate

Furman University's Glen Halva-Neubauer weighed in on a piece appearing in The Post and Courier about how elected officials separate their personal, professional and public lives. In a hotly contested back-and-forth between Charleston City Council...

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Pontari named interim vice president for academic affairs and provost

Beth Pontari, who has led Furman University’s engaged learning efforts as associate provost since 2017, will serve as interim vice president for academic affairs and provost, beginning July 1, Furman President Elizabeth Davis announced Wednesday....

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The ‘kind of amazing’ Stanford Jennings Bengals’ Super Bowl backstory

"Who Dey," the "Ickey Shuffle," the birth of a daughter, a 93-yard kickoff return. There are many reasons to remember the Cincinnati Bengals and their 1988 season. But for Furman University board member emeritus and...

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Judy Bainbridge’s columns made Upstate history vibrant, real

Furman University's Scott Henderson penned a tribute to Judy Bainbridge after her 525th and final column in The Greenville News, which published 22 years of twice-monthly articles about Greenville and the Upstate. Retired professor emerita...

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Kostadinova ’14 lands mention in Merriam-Webster’s

Evdokiya “Eva” Kostadinova ’14 thought it was a joke. A colleague of Kostadinova’s, Dmitri Orlov, an associate research scientist at the University of California San Diego, sent her a link to Merriam-Webster’s online dictionary for...

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