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Furman Announces Large South Housing Construction Project
Furman students were made aware of a new planned South Housing construction project in an email from President Davis on Thursday, January 13. 
Jan. 28, 2022 | Noah Chmil
sports
Furman Beats VMI
On Wednesday, Furman beat VMI during a tight game with a final score of 79-64.
Jan. 28, 2022 | Alex Hibbs
sports | campus
Paladin Profile: Bethany Graham
A true student-athlete, Bethany Graham does it all — and does it all very, very quickly.
Jan. 28, 2022 | Grace Ryan
opinion | campus
The Self-Defeating Nature of the New Year’s Resolution
With every new year, resolutions are set to ensure self-betterment. However, is this method of goal-setting truly effective for the college student?
Jan. 27, 2022 | Lydia Beachum
opinion
Furman’s Isolation Policies Are Failing Students — Here’s How
Devoid of medical or food accessibility, Furman’s current isolation protocols are blatantly thoughtless and, what’s more, dangerous.
Jan. 24, 2022 | Grace Ryan
sports
Furman Defeats Wofford 75-50
Furman celebrates big win after beating Wofford at the Jerry Richardson Indoor Stadium on Saturday.
Jan. 24, 2022 | Alex Hibbs
newsletter
Winter Storms, Bull Riding, and Newsletter Resurgence
Jan. 23, 2022 | Jack Buehner and Scotty Bryan
sports | news
Professional Bull Riding Comes to Greenville
INTERVIEW WITH PBR RIDER BRYAN TITMAN
Jan. 22, 2022 | Scotty Bryan
opinion
SGA Petition Is Misguided
The petitioners’ gestures toward a one-size-fits-all remote learning policy are a solution in search of a problem.
Jan. 21, 2022 | Price St. Clair
diversity matters | campus
Say My Name: Strategies for Respect and a FUSAB Event
I do not expect people to automatically know how to pronounce names in other languages, but a conscious effort is a sign of respect.
Jan. 19, 2022 | Soukeyna Pitroipa
opinion
Furman Snow Initiates Campus-Wide Bonding — We Need More of That.
The all-campus snowball fight on G Field was an example of the kind of community we need to revive at Furman as we head into 2022.
Jan. 19, 2022 | Colin Brake
news
WINTER STORM IZZY DAMAGES NORTH VILLAGE APARTMENTS
Siding and soffit broke off North Village buildings A, B and C after high-speed wind gusts.
Jan. 16, 2022 | Jack Buehner
campus
New Year, New Mindset: 2022
There is so much pressure around New Year’s Resolutions. New year, new me, right? Rather than setting these resolutions, let’s adopt a healthy mindset and invest our time in what truly matters to us. Let’s grow from this past year and start 2022 off strong!
Jan. 14, 2022 | Lilly Woo
campus
To All the Girls Who Didn’t Rush — It’s Okay
With rush fresh in the minds of many, it is important to acknowledge the ramifications recruitment entails for all involved...even those who did not rush themselves
Jan. 14, 2022 | Grace Ryan
arts | campus
The Works — Back And Better Than Ever!
The Works has returned! Catch Grace Ryan’s take on the ins and outs of campus culture and Greenville life!
Jan. 14, 2022 | Grace Ryan
campus
Color, Creativity, and Construction, Oh My!
Furman’s newest bridge isn’t what you might expect....and it isn’t one you can use either!
Jan. 10, 2022 | Josephine Geraghty
opinion
Dear Furman Focused...Provide Zoom for Quarantined Students
Furman Focused must include a policy that mandates optional access to Zoom for all students in quarantine.
Jan. 09, 2022 | Scotty Bryan
opinion
Require Boosters. Abandon Masks.
The future of Furman’s pandemic policy.
Dec. 14, 2021 | Price St. Clair
opinion
Winter Break Housing Insecurity is Real: Hear My Story
Our housing policies lack clarity and intention for those needing somewhere to stay over the break. It’s time to change them.
Dec. 11, 2021 | Kerry Black
campus
Why 20-Somethings are Going Crazy Over the New Percy Jackson and the Olympians TV Show
Let’s be honest, we all wanted to be demigods at one time or another....or maybe still do. No judgements here!
Dec. 10, 2021 | Mckenzie Gibel
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