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2023 Furman Fellows announced

Each year, five seniors are recognized as Furman Fellows and receive a scholarship to use toward the completion of their degree.

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Greenville Best and Brightest

Many of Greenville Business Magazine's "Best and Brightest" have ties to Furman University.

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Furman senior hopes to keep helping the hard of hearing

Born profoundly deaf, Alana Epstein '23 has spent the last two summers preparing for a future as an audiologist by working with hearing-impaired children.

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Music, food and cowboy garb help students Swing into Furman

The Furman University Student Activities Board (FUSAB) hosted its first event of the 2022-2023 academic year Friday, Sept. 2 on Furman Mall.

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2022 Hispanic Heritage Month Events

Hispanic Heritage Month takes place from September 15 until October 15. Here are a few of the events planned so far. Check back for the October listings. Sept. 15 Cenar y Celebrar Hispanic Heritage Month...

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SC universities, colleges ranked among national schools by US News

Furman rose to the No. 45 spot among 200 national liberal arts colleges and universities in the country. Several news outlets cover the U.S. News and World Report's annual college rankings.

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Department of Music announces fall 2022 concerts

The Furman Department of Music presents jazz, opera, symphony, percussion and other performances for fall 2022. Most events are free and open to the public.

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Furman Theatre Department announces lineup for 2022-2023

“Never Swim Alone” By Daniel MacIvor kicks off the season for Furman Theatre Arts. Jay Oney '78 directs this swift, funny satire about two alpha males and their ruthless competition for the title of "Top...

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Furman rises in US News rankings; noted for innovation, teaching, research, first-year experience

The university has ranked among the most innovative universities since 2016, and ranked No. 4 this year, signaling the level of awareness of The Furman Advantage and other programs have in higher education.

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