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Self-awareness found at Furman was key to alumna’s success

A philosophy major helped Dorothy Freeman Self ’04 M’06 “understand who I was as a person” and led to a decade as the head of a thriving marketing firm.

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Vinson speculates on potential No. 2 spot to Trump

If Donald Trump wins the GOP nomination, Danielle Vinson is pretty sure who won't be his running mate.

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LGBTQ+ champion Cindy Watson ’79 featured in Jacksonville news

Watson's advocacy nonprofit grew from humble beginnings and an annual budget of $20,000. Now, JASMYN serves 1,000 LGBTQ+ youth each year with a $2.5 million budget.

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2023: The 10 stories that made our year

A look back at some of the articles that told the story of an exceptional place during a remarkable time.

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Monica Bell ’03 explores the power of poetry to bring change

The church was suspicious of her plans. Her peers weren’t going to college, and no one in her family had attended. But Monica Bell ’03 was determined. Today she is a professor of law and...

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Furman demonstrates commitment to well-being with mindfulness program

Led by Meghan Slining, an associate professor of health sciences, and supported by the Cothran Center for Vocational Reflection, the eight-week Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction course has benefited Furman alumni.

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Furman alumni named to Liberty Fellowship

Two Furman alumni, George Campbell '05 and Alyssa Richardson '12, join 19 other South Carolina leaders in the class of 2025 Liberty Fellowship.

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Paladins close season in tight matchup vs. Grizzlies

SoCon Champions and No. 7 seed Furman Paladins fell to No. 2 seed Montana Grizzlies Dec. 8 in the quarterfinals of the FCS Playoffs. Several FOX affiliates covered the results.

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Paladin Regiment part of Greenville holiday tradition

Sue Samuels says the Paladin Regiment sets the tone for the annual Poinsettia Christmas Parade in downtown Greenville.

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Book by Brown-Nagin receives Order of the Coif award

Brown-Nagin's “Civil Rights Queen: Constance Baker Motley and the Struggle for Equality” is awarded the Order of the Coif, which recognizes “outstanding publications that evidence creative talent of the highest order.”

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‘ODD’ by Cammi Stilwell ’20 stars Ruble ’17 and Wynne ’17

"ODD" by Cammi Stilwell '20 includes stars Clare Ruble '17 and Kenzie Wynne '17 in addition to other Furman alums. It runs through Dec. 17 at The Warehouse Theatre.

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Paladins head west for quarterfinals of FCS Playoffs

It's been almost 20 years since the Paladins have advanced to the FCS quarterfinals. They'll face the Montana Grizzlies in Big Sky Country this Friday, Dec. 8, at 9 p.m.

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