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Students study race, COVID-19 in tweets

For more stories about student research, click here. For their Research and Evaluation in Health Sciences class in the fall of 2020, Samantha Norton ’23 and Imaya Virani ’22 wanted to know if they could...

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SC Republicans see donations rise by taking on culture war ahead of 2022 reelection bids

South Carolina Republican leaders are increasingly taking to Twitter to air their views on cultural issues in the social media void left by former President Donald Trump, says Furman University's Danielle Vinson '89. In an...

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Studying the health implications of racist tweets

Can the way people talk about race online impact health? Furman’s Shaniece Criss wants to know. An assistant professor of health sciences, Criss is part of a national research collaborative, called Big Data for Health...

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