Modern Languages and Literature

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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South Housing residence hall project delayed due to market factors

Early this spring, the university announced plans for a comprehensive renovation of South Housing that will include building a new residence hall and updating four others in the complex devoted to first-year students. In February, a...

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Professor Cynthia King named Associate Dean of Diversity, Equity and Inclusive Excellence

Professor of Communication Studies Cynthia King has been appointed associate dean of diversity, equity, and inclusive excellence in the Division of Academic Affairs. She will begin her work in this role on July 1. "Since...

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Senior Spotlight 2022

From graduate school to first jobs, find out what these six members of the Class of 2022 are doing after graduation in our annual Senior Spotlight gallery. University Communications would like to offer a special...

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The Spring 2022 magazine is here

In the Spring 2022 issue of Furman magazine, read about the future of work, how the Furman family remembered Rev. Pitts, a new way to make an impact through FurmanWIN, and the hallmarks of leadership...

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African students share cultures and invite understanding

“Africans Do Not All Look Alike.” So reads the poster for an event organized by Furman’s Afrikiya student organization. The pervasive ignorance that prompts the need for such a statement was just one of the...

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Students shine at Furman Engaged 2022

The 14th annual Furman Engaged took us from the stage to the field and from the lab to the community – and countless other places – as 700 students presented and reflected on their engaged...

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Seven Things To Know About Furman Engaged

Find out why the Greenville Woman's College was nicknamed Suzy's Zoo. Consider a whole new rebrand of downtown Greer, South Carolina. See if heart rate monitoring by Apple Watch lives up to its accuracy claims. And,...

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In search of ‘young stellar object candidates’

A tiny piece of space that appears smaller than a marble to the naked eye can contain more than 10,000 stars, so mapping it is painstaking work. But Bob Anderson ’18 and some of his...

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Furman Engaged: A chance to share, celebrate and see the possibilities

What is the difference between conservative and liberal humor? What are some reasons to release a defendant on bond? How does personality type affect social media use and self esteem? The answers to each can...

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