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The Power in Publication: The 1955 Echo CLP
The Echo’s CLP on the censored 1955 issue sheds light on modern issues of censorship and student speech.
Nov. 17, 2023 | By Carter Ozburn
Igniting the Burnout Music Festival 
The Paladin sat down with Andrew Cooter ’25 of The Daily Havoc to talk Furman’s lively rock scene and a new campus tradition starting tomorrow night: the Burnout Music Festival.
Nov. 16, 2023 | By Jenna Dawley
#2 Furman Routs VMI to Earn Outright SoCon Title, 37-3
#2 Furman’s championship season continued on Saturday as the Paladins trounced the VMI Keydets behind a prolific performance from QB Carson Jones and the defense, 37-3.
Nov. 16, 2023 | By Nick Delahaye
The Work of Justice and the War On Gaza
Hundreds are being killed each day in the Gaza Strip. As students and Americans, we must find ways to fight this injustice.
Nov. 16, 2023 | By Paige Lau
Shared Equity Leadership Team Forms to Advance DEI on Campus
ln place of a Vice President of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI), the Shared Equity Leadership Team (SELT) will use existing Furman talent to advance DEI.
Nov. 15, 2023 | By Walker Smith
Students in Greek Life React to Updated Deferred Recruitment Protocol
New Assistant Director of Student Involvement for Sorority and Fraternity Life Caro Douglas looks to recapture the essence of a truly deferred recruitment. Students in Greek life offer a variety of reactions.
Nov. 15, 2023 | By Jack Quinn and Rachel Housworth
Students Weigh In on Campus’s Israel-Gaza Discourse
Furman students report varying levels of comfortability with having conversations on campus about the Israel-Gaza war.
Nov. 15, 2023 | By Audrey Enghauser and Colin Brake
Interview with Josh Hosie ahead of SoCon Championship Game
In an exclusive interview with The Paladin, Furman Men’s Soccer Captain Josh Hosie shared his thoughts on the seasons and what a long-awaited SoCon championship would mean to the program.
Nov. 11, 2023 | By Deniz Sariaslan
Furman Beats North Greenville 84-68 in Thrilling Season Opener
 The Furman Paladins look to continue their momentum after a thrilling 2022-2023 basketball season that ended with Furman’s first NCAA March Madness since 1974. They successfully started off their season with an 84-68 win against the North Greenville Crusaders.
Nov. 11, 2023 | By Alan Bi
What We Lose on an Enclosed Campus
Students should be aware of the negative impacts of living on an enclosed campus, and work to bridge gaps between Furman and the Greenville community.
Nov. 08, 2023 | By Audrey Enghauser
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