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Clearly Furman raises $133.5 million for scholarships, academics and teaching

Furman’s alumni and friends have provided $133.5 million in support of student scholarships, academic programs and teaching excellence through Clearly Furman, the Campaign for Our Third Century, the university’s historic comprehensive campaign, which concludes in...

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With ‘Chemistry for Cooks,’ Sandra C. Greer ’66 explores the science on our plate

What does chemistry have to do with your family feast? Quite a lot if you brine your turkey.

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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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Halva-Neubauer goes on record about abortion rights and representation

Halva-Neubauer defends South Carolina's Winthrop Poll and says it's the gold standard for public opinion polling in the state.

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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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Four Furman Paladins earn All-America honors

Furman Paladins are recognized for their outstanding performance on the gridiron. WYFF News 4's Chase Justice highlights student-athletes' accomplishments both on and off the field.

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Kolb weighs in on death of a supermarket

Sociology Professor and Chair Ken Kolb contributes to a South Carolina Public Radio story about why a Spartanburg supermarket had to close its doors just a little over a year after opening.

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Furman’s first mariachi band featured on local news station and beyond

Sahid Palacios '25 brings traditional Mexican music to campus.

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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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