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Tropical Ecology in Costa Rica

Camera. Check. Rain Poncho. Check. Industrial strength mosquito repellent. Check. Anti-itch ointment. Check. High-powered flashlight for nighttime exploration. Check. Rice for sucking out moisture trapped in cell phone. Check. These are among the items you’ll...

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The art of seeing

When you look at something, do you really see it? That’s the question that Assistant Professor of Art History Sarah Archino posed to 10 Furman students who went with her to New York City in...

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In the heat of battle against COVID-19

[caption id="attachment_45499" align="alignright" width="400"] Sue Shugart '88 with colleagues on the night shift at KershawHealth. The hospital had one of South Carolina's first two COVID-19 patients, and the town of Camden became the first area...

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Furman trio wins ‘Best Article of the Year’ award

An article co-authored by Furman First Gentleman Charles Davis, Department of Art Chair Ross McClain and Furman Innovation and Entrepreneurship Executive Director Anthony Herrera has been named the winner of Institute of Management Accountants’ Lybrand...

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Fungi focus of student’s simulation

Just like bacteria, fungi can develop resistance to drugs used to treat infections, a “growing threat” across the country, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. With only three classes of anti-fungal medications,...

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