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News organizations cover Timmons Arena groundbreaking

Furman celebrated the $40 million Timmons Arena renovation with a groundbreaking ceremony Saturday, April 13. Several news outlets covered the event and spoke to Furman's Jason Donnelly, Pierre Curtis and Bob Richey.

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Lilly Woo ’24 and Woo Milk wins 2024 Paladin Pitch

Alice Tyszka ’25 won second place and Conor Dowler '24 was named the Crowd's Choice in the fifth year of the pitch competition, presented by the Hill Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.

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Skyler Warf ’24 wins best poster at ACS

Warf presented two posters at the ACS National meeting. One of them earned "best poster" recognition.

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Sarah Reese Lyric Theatre gets promo in local news

Paul Hyde tees up Furman's production of Jacques Offenbach’s "Orpheus in the Underworld." The event takes place April 13 and 14 in McAlister Auditorium.

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Hutton receives 2024 SCICU Excellence In Teaching Award

Twenty-one SCICU member colleges and universities name their honorees each year. They were recognized April 9 at an awards dinner in Columbia.

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Sali Christeson ’07 talks with Fortune

Sali Christeson '07 talks with Fortune magazine about her design brand for professional women.

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Alumnus John Genther ’23 saved man from waters in Long Island Sound

Genther says it's easy to fall into complacency in the routine of work. But dangers loom large on the water. Learn how awareness, quick action and the proper training led to a dramatic rescue.

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Ivan Agyaakwah talks investment banking internship at Furman Engaged

The soccer midfielder hopes to educate his peers on the potential careers in the field of investment banking.

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Local news covers Justice Kaye Hearn’s talk about ‘A Woman’s Place’

Former State Supreme Court Justice Hearn spoke on campus March 27 in an event organized by The Riley Institute's Advance Team. FOX Carolina covered the panel.

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Furman Justice Forum lobbies for change on Capitol Hill

The students joined others from around the country to lobby Congress on issues related to the haunting legacy of American Indian boarding schools.

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Furman Engaged happens Friday with record number of students participating

Nearly 700 students will participate in this year's Furman Engaged. Other events, from the Paladin Pitch Competition to the groundbreaking for the Timmons Arena renovation, will be part of Spring Weekend.

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Riley Institute’s Cathy Stevens named among ‘Top 50 Women Leaders’

Cathy Stevens '01 is included the 2024 cohort of South Carolina leaders published by Women We Admire.

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