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Historian Vernon Burton ’69 inducted into MLK Collegium of Scholars

Orville Vernon Burton ’69, the Judge Matthew J. Perry Distinguished Professor of History at Clemson University, has been inducted into the Martin Luther King, Jr. Collegium of Scholars at Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia. The...

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Unidos en la diversidad

During Hispanic Heritage Month, members of the Furman community show unity in diversity.

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For Edith Olivera-Bautista ’23, Hispanic heritage helps bridge gaps

The senior sees opportunities and challenges for Furman as it works toward diversity.

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OEA calls for end of mandatory retention under ‘Third Grade Reading Guarantee’

OEA, a union representing 20,000 teachers in Ohio, leans on research by Paul Thomas to bolster its case.

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Furman to host ACE Fellow

Courtney Dorroll, an associate professor of religion at Wofford College in Spartanburg, South Carolina, will spend the full academic year on campus working with and learning from Furman President Elizabeth Davis and her leadership team.

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New Student Government Association officers sworn in

Twenty-two students will represent the student body legislatively.

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SGA President Josh Swope ’23 campaigns for ‘involvement, culture and fun’ on campus

A member of several campus organizations himself, the new student body president hopes to motivate his classmates to maximize their Furman experiences.

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Indigenous Peoples Day presents chance for engagement, acknowledgment and learning

Furman continues the challenge of exploring the Native American cultures that came before us and learning from their wisdom about community, resilience and the meaning of life.

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Art department announces 2022-2023 Thompson Gallery exhibitions

The Furman Department of Art hosts five exhibitions for the academic year in Thompson Gallery, Roe Art Building.

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