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Record-breaking grant funds celebrated at reception

Artificial intelligence, 'The Iliad' and the TV habits of youth in China were all covered in the Furman Scholarship Reception this month.

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Thought leaders describe “Conservatism in America” in Tocqueville Center program

David Brooks and other leading conservative writers described their experiences with conservatism in events spanning two days. Videos of the talks are available online.

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Patient success story features Furman forward Tyrese Hughey

Tyrese Hughey '25 is the subject of a patient success story published by Florida-based medical device company Arthrex.

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Purple Diamonds shine at Furman sports events

Furman dance troupe Purple Diamonds was the brainchild of suitemates two years ago. They are still going strong, entertaining throngs of fans at Furman basketball and football games.

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Op-ed about Statement on Freedom of Inquiry and Expression runs in Post and Courier

The Post and Courier ran an op-ed by President Elizabeth Davis on Furman's recent steps toward ensuring freedom of inquiry and expression.

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Critically acclaimed novelist Jesmyn Ward to speak at Furman

Two-time National Book Award winner and MacArthur Genius Grant Fellow Jesmyn Ward will speak at Furman Wednesday, March 20, at 6:30 p.m. in Watkins Room. Ward’s talk, “Tell It Whole: On Witness and Narrative,” is...

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Riley Institute’s SCALE earns airtime on local news

South Carolina Afterschool Leaders Empowered brings research-based practices to afterschool and summer learning leaders across the state. Furman's Amy Keely describes the program's impact.

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Ambrose coauthors playbook for sustainable financial health: ‘Colleges on the Brink’

As colleges and universities across the country face challenging times, Ambrose's book, “Colleges on the Brink: The Case for Financial Exigency," serves to help universities avoid crises.

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Local news covers queer zines collection at Furman

Furman's queer zines collection includes publications and other ephemera from five continents and 20 countries. It's one of the largest collections in the country, Jeffrey Makala says.

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Furman science students win big at South Carolina conference

Six Furman University science students took home top prize at a recent statewide competition and symposium, earning distinction in half the categories represented within the research poster event.

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Vinson goes on record about SC GOP primary, Trump, Biden

News agencies from the UK to Australia speak to Furman's Danielle Vinson about Donald Trump, Joe Biden and Nikki Haley.

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Nelsen speaks to TV, radio news stations about SC politics

Radio and TV stations turn to Furman's Brent Nelsen to talk about the dynamics of the SC GOP primary.

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