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Anna Morgan heads to Augusta, again

Fifth-year senior Morgan has high hopes for her third trip to the Augusta National Women's Amateur. Head Coach Jeff Hull gives his thoughts on the tournament and how it impacts women's golf.

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Joseph Vaughn Day 2024 remarks by President Elizabeth Davis

Joseph Vaughn Day 2024 >> Furman University President Elizabeth Davis Daniel Chapel, Furman University Jan. 26, 2024   Good afternoon. Thank you for braving the weather to be here. We’ve had so much rain lately,...

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For Paige Finney ’17, a career among sharks

Paige Finney ’17 has never been afraid of sharks. In fact, she thinks they’re misunderstood.

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Furman alum Stubb wins first round of Finnish presidential elections

Several news sources report on Alexander Stubb's narrow victory over diplomat Pekka Haavisto. The two will face each other in a second-round runoff Feb. 11. Stubb is a 1993 Furman alumnus.

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Local TV stations cover Joseph Vaughn Day

Local news sources brought crews to Furman's annual celebration of Joseph Vaughn Day. Vaughn '68 was the first African American to enroll at Furman. Idella Glenn '84 presented the Idella Goodson Glenn Outstanding Black Alumni...

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Vinson speaks candidly about a possible Biden-Trump rematch

Danielle Vinson goes on record about the divergent campaign styles of President Joe Biden and his all-but-certain challenger. Reuters releases results of recent polling that gauges public sentiment toward the apparent frontrunners.

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Joseph Vaughn Day calls Furman community to ‘be part of the journey’

The life and legacy of Joseph Vaughn ’68, Furman’s first Black undergraduate student, are a challenge to commit to the community, said speakers at this year’s celebration.

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Vinson speculates on Haley’s strategy going forward

The Iowa caucuses and the New Hampshire primary are in the books. Up next are contests in Nevada and South Carolina. Furman's Danielle Vinson speaks on NPR's "All Things Considered" about Haley's likely next steps.

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Vinson quoted in The State following Iowa caucus

Joseph Bustos of The State turns to Vinson for comment about Republican candidates and their "power rankings."

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Furman soccer standouts appear in Welsh series

Furman Men's Soccer players Osian Roberts and John Tart appear in Welsh TV series. Roberts played for the Paladins from 1985-1988. Tart was on the team from 1977-1980, then served as head coach from 1982-1995.

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News outlets cover MLK Community Breakfast

TV and radio news sources mention the Furman Community Breakfast honoring the life and work of Martin Luther King Jr. On WYFF News4, Furman's Chandra Dillard comments on the significance of MLK Day.

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Richardson ’12 subject of NACUBO ‘success story’

Political science and economics alumna Alyssa Richardson '12 earned her J.D. at Harvard Law in 2015. Read about the series of experiences at Furman that propelled her toward posts in the public sector, including a...

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