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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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Five Paladins to watch this Saturday

The Greenville News singles out five Paladins to watch this Saturday, Dec. 2, at Paladin Stadium when they face Chattanooga in the FCS Playoffs.

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Furman alumna, Sigal Music Museum featured on local news

Madeleine Wiggs '22 gives a sneak peak of the museum's "Worlds Apart" exhibition featuring vintage instruments from near and far.

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A panel hosted by The Hill Institute unpacks the impact of AI

Furman alumni and representatives of Furman institutes and centers lead panel "AI and the Future of Business" in downtown Greenville.

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The making of a playwright: Cammi Stilwell

Stilwell debuts her first professional play, "Odd," at The Warehouse Theatre in downtown Greenville in December.

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Gift to study away program honors professor and brings opportunities to more students

Becky Folds ’81 and Adnan Rukieh have contributed $475,000 to student scholarships through Furman University’s Center for Engaged Learning, in memory of Folds’ cousin, Sallie Grant, who was a professor of education emerita.  

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WWII veteran, pastor, Furman alum honored in Veteran’s Day tribute

Roy Oliver McClain '41 served as a U.S. Army chaplain, ministering to soldiers in the Pacific Theater. The experience spurred his fight for civil rights decades later.

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Furman QB, 2nd Lt. Tyler Huff receives Armed Forces Merit Award

Tyler Huff was selected among a list of 46 nominations for the honor from the Football Writers Association of America. Several news outlets covered the announcement, which was made via Zoom.

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Mike Bothwell returns from Israel

Men's Basketball standout Mike Bothwell describes his experience overseas when the war between Hamas and Israel broke out. He sat down with FOX Carolina's Beth Hoole in a 12-minute interview.

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Riley Institute reading program for inmates and their families gets new name

Riley's Readers enables SC inmates at 21 prisons statewide to record bedtime stories for their children. The program is named for The Riley Institute namesake Richard W. Riley, former SC governor and U.S. secretary of...

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