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Letter from the Office of Alumni and Parent Engagement: After the Buzzer

In March, I had the opportunity to witness “the shot heard around the world” when the Furman men’s basketball team upset the fourth-seeded Virginia Cavaliers. The experience was even more meaningful because I was with...

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Still

A new perspective on Furman’s iconic Bell Tower

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From the Interwebs

Social snapshots of major happenings at Furman and beyond

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Shelf Life

A policymaking how-to, a peek into smalltown South Carolina, tainted legacies, and one alumna’s wit and wisdom

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After the Aisle: Distance and Doctorates

Hazel Davis Emerson ’17 and Andrew Emerson ’17

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Up Close: The Perfumer

Fresh laundry, a mimosa tree in full bloom – scents can stir emotions or offer an escape. And MacKenzie Cuthbert ’14 has the formula.

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Up Close: To Protect It, First Name It

NameThatPlant.net is the creation of Janie Kirkwood Marlow ’72, a citizen scientist whose website has assisted thousands in identifying native plants.

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Scene and Be Seen

Members of the Furman family celebrated the launch of Clearly Furman, the Campaign for Our Third Century, at a variety of events this year.

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FUmerical: Confident and Prepared for Life After College

Gallup data released in 2022 show that Furman students feel confident that once they graduate, they will be prepared for their lives and careers.

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Martha Johns, alumna and former Furman first lady, passes away at 97

Visitation will be Sunday, 3:30-5 p.m., at Mackey Funerals and Cremations, 311 Century Drive, Greenville. A funeral will be held at Furman on Monday, Sept. 18, at 11 a.m. in Daniel Chapel. The campus community...

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