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Wagenknecht recognized by Council on Undergraduate Research

Chemistry Professor Paul Wagenknecht urges scientists to go the extra mile when making connections as collaborators can show up in surprising places. Learn more about his philosophy in a CUR podcast about an award he...

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Rudolph’s Ruck and Toy Drive spreads holiday cheer

Furman University cadets hold their first annual Rudolph's Ruck to benefit patients at Prisma Health Children's Hospital. Despite rainy conditions, local TV station FOX Carolina captures the festivities.

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The U.S. World Cup team’s defense is Southern strong

Following Team USA's victory over Iran, Southern lifestyle magazine spotlights two Nashville SC defenders, one of them, Walker Zimmerman '15.

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Furman alumnus Walker Zimmerman shines on Team USA

Head Coach Doug Allison came to Furman in 1995. He and student-athlete Denison Jones '24 speak to a local news reporter about Furman's representation in the World Cup.

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Entrepreneur Minute – Kamber Parker, The YoPro Know, LLC

When baby boomers and Gen Xers leave the workforce in large numbers, a gap in human capital remains. Parker '17 has a solution.

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Argent: Ambitious new classics

Early on, Sali Christeson '07 didn't know she'd one day end up in the fashion world. She says the foundational learning at Furman ultimately gave her the confidence to "take the leap" and embark on...

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Paladins spend Thanksgiving with surrogate ‘family’

Furman Paladins prepare for FCS Playoffs and enjoy food, 'family' and football.

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Greenville picked No. 1 for ‘The South’s Best Cities on the Rise’

The people behind #yeahTHATGreenville show why Furman's hometown of Greenville, South Carolina, is considered the top Southern city on the rise.

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Why state Democrats were embarrassed at the polls

Danielle Vinson reflects on the governor's race and why Joe Cunningham faced an uphill battle for the spot.

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Mable Owens Clarke receives Order of the Palmetto

Soapstone Baptist Church was established in 1865 by freed slaves. Mable Owens Clarke fulfills a promise to keep its doors open and its land protected, and for her efforts, receives South Carolina's highest civilian honor.

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