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Simón Gollo’s ‘beautiful journey’ takes in Hispanic and European musical traditions

The associate professor of violin hopes Hispanic Heritage Month shows that “Hispanic culture is much, much more than mariachi and reggaeton.”

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Interning with the Chiefs gives a glimpse of a future in sports

Becky Trader '23 got a sample for working in sports as the manager of the Furman Paladins women's basketball team. After an internship with the NFL's Kansas City Chiefs this past summer she's sure she...

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Ready, set, vote!

Dins Vote aims to boost voter registration and participation for the upcoming midterm elections.

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Falling for Furman at Family Weekend

Family, friends, fun and football were on the agenda Sept. 30-Oct. 2.

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Santiago Quintero strives to connect students to richness of Hispanic community

The associate professor of modern languages and literatures sees Hispanic Heritage Month as an opportunity for “awareness and normalization.”

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Summer learning program in Baltimore ‘tremendously innovative and effective’

The Riley Institute's SCALE fellows get an up-close look at what happens when you combine the arts with reading and math concepts. Director Amy Keeley offers a reflection on the fellows' experience at one Baltimore...

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New M.A. in advocacy and equity studies aims to prepare problem-solvers

The two-year graduate program is planning to recruit a cohort for a Fall 2023 launch.

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Furman monitoring Tropical Storm Ian; Family Weekend, football game will take place

Family Weekend activities will take place indoors. Tailgating will be allowed with some restrictions.

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Furman University, Clemson University education departments receive national honor

Furman and just 29 other institutions across the country are recognized for the quality and strength of their educator preparation programs.

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