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FUISA International Fashion Show
It was a spectacular night in McAllister Auditorium, as audiences were taken all around the world...through clothing!
Dec. 08, 2021 | Lilly Woo
Trying to Have a Wheelie Good Time Biking at Furman?
The kicker is that objectively, the commute to class on a bike is usually quicker than driving.
Dec. 06, 2021 | Caroline Kuhnert
ROTC On Campus: A Deep Dive
Wondering what those kids in camouflage are doing in the woods? Intrigued by your uniformed classmates? Get ready for an inside look at Furman’s ROTC program from a Cadet themselves!
Dec. 06, 2021 | Josephine Geraghty
Review: Sense and Sensibility at The Warehouse Theatre
Humor and a classic Austen? Count me in!
Dec. 01, 2021 | Macy Petty
diversity matters | news
Departmental Actions to Meet Strategic Diversity Plan
The SDP was shared with the community in early 2021 and provided overarching institutional goals. In a series of presentations last summer, University departments shared specific actions to meet the SDP goals.
Dec. 01, 2021 | Emma Johnston
Giving Tuesday, A Furman Tradition
To end Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals, Furman participates in Giving Tuesday to help fund its many organizations.
Nov. 30, 2021 | Victoria Kalau
The Sophomore Slump: Why It Exists and What to Do
The only thing more contagious than the “frat flu.”
Nov. 29, 2021 | Colin Brake
Times are Tough. Let’s be Grateful!
Gratitude is an get on board!
Nov. 23, 2021 | Reagan Scott
diversity matters | news
Protest on Campus: Student Response to Racial Bias Incidents
Following the recent appearance of white nationalist stickers and defacement of BLM flags, student leaders led a protest on the Joseph Vaughn Plaza.
Nov. 22, 2021 | Reilly Murtaugh
news | diversity matters
Tom Keith Lynching Memorial Marker Unveiled On University Property
Mr. Keith was lynched by a white mob near Roe Ford Road on August 16, 1899.
Nov. 22, 2021 | Price St. Clair
diversity matters | news
Racial Reckoning Revisits Campus with Bias Incidents
Defaced BLM flags and white nationalist stickers found on campus lead University to offer $1,000 reward for information.
Nov. 19, 2021 | Helena Aarts
Fall in Love with Fall!
Summer is better than fall? That’s a FALL-acy — so check out some of the best ways to celebrate the season below!
Nov. 18, 2021 | Lilly Woo
Dins Off To A Strong Start Despite Belmont Loss
Furman lost a tough road game at Belmont but has looked good through three games.
Nov. 17, 2021 | George King
A Look into Pottery with Annika Conlee
For Furman student Annika Conlee, ceramics is not just a past-time; it is a passion.
Nov. 16, 2021 | Reagan Scott
Students to Receive Payment from Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF)
Furman Enrollment Services sent out an email last week entailing how to get the $400 grant.
Nov. 16, 2021 | Noah Chmil
diversity matters | news
First-Year Student Harmed by Anti-LGBTQIA+ Bias Incidents
“I felt unsafe. This felt like I was being targeted,” explained the first-year student who experienced the bias incidents.
Nov. 15, 2021 | Helena Aarts
University Policy is Stifling Intellectual Curiosity
The current policy goes against a core tenant of the GER program.
Nov. 12, 2021 | Jack Buehner
Review: Pauper Player’s Jeykll and Hyde
Masterful and chilling, Jeykll and Hyde is a must-see performance!
Nov. 11, 2021 | Macy Petty
The Changing Role of Fraternities
Furman’s frats are in a unique position to redefine masculinity.
Nov. 11, 2021 | Jonathan McKinney
Women’s Soccer Finishes Impressive Fall Season
Furman Women’s Soccer suffers a Southern Conference Tournament loss at the hands of Samford.
Nov. 11, 2021 | George King
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