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Students soar in ‘Wings of the City’ Instagram challenge

When Furman Spanish Professor Angélica Lozano-Alonso asked her students to participate in the #WingsoftheCityGVL Instagram photo challenge, she no doubt would’ve been thrilled with a single winner from her class. Turns out her students swept...

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With their survival at stake, the LGBTQ community is converting agony into action

Five years following the massacre at Pulse, a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, Brandon Tensley reports on how the shooting has fueled efforts toward education, inclusion and gun control measures. Tenlsey, a 2012 Furman University...

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7 things that could reduce health disparities for Blacks, Latinos hit hardest by pandemic

Shaniece Criss, an assistant professor of health sciences at Furman University, a Prisma Health board member and a Travelers Rest city councilwoman, was quoted in an article appearing in The Greenville News about COVID-19 and...

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