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Review: Pauper Player’s Jeykll and Hyde
Masterful and chilling, Jeykll and Hyde is a must-see performance!
Eat Your (Local) Vegetables!
Food just tastes better when its fresh from the farm, don’t you agree? Good thing Furman has its own!
Review: Furman Theatre Creates Moving and Innovative Drama in As You Like It
Between tenuous love triangles and lasting symbolism, “As You Like It” was a smashing hit!
Behind The Voice: An Interview with Addison Ballew
“Given that a singer’s ultimate goal is to communicate the text and take the audience on a journey, emotional tumult is oftentimes a necessary evil, one that helps audience members escape their realities and be present with me in the moment.”
And the Winner Is....
“I can’t tell people I won $200 dollars in the talent show and then tell them I did something boring with it.” Intrigued? Us too —read it, you know you wanna.
Lights, Camera, Action: An Inside Look at Furman Theater
Whether it be merely watching a play or starring in one yourself, Furman theater has something to offer for all students!
Furman Voice Student Performs Around the World
Furman student Wallis Lucas is on her way to international stardom — and we can say “We knew her when....”
Unsplash: GR Stocks
Cruella: Disney’s Guide to Justifying Puppy-cide
Cruella De Vil — Redeemable or Forever a Villain?
Summer Research Highlights Local Art Legend
This summer, Furman Art Fellows laboriously recreated the work and life of a celebrated Upstate artist.
Furman Alum Stacy Capers Wins Online Music Competition
So, How Does a Furman Alum Make it Big Time in the Music World? We Sat Down With Stacey Capers to Find Out.
“Tai Chi For Performers:” My May X Experience
Tai Chi — Because We Could All Use a Little Zen, right?
Congratulations to The Paladin’s Photography Contest Winners
Thank you to all who submitted their photos!
Furman Versus Productivity: The Effects of Social Media on Mental Stamina
Can Furman help combat the negative effects of social media?
Get Cultured, Food Style
Food is more than nourishment — it is a way to share a piece of our identity for all to enjoy.
Burnout is Here, But it Doesn’t Have to Stay
Nothing is set in stone. The administration can adjust...if they so choose.
Amplify@Furman Presentations Feature Exciting Artist Roster
Furman’s CLP series provides a unique opportunity for all students to learn about diversity through music
So You Think You Can Paint?
FUSAB’s mural contest highlighted the creatvity of Furman students
The Time for Flowers: An Evening of Music with Emily Scott Robinson
Furman Alum Emily Robinson moves listeners through her online performance, reimagining the impacts of live music in a pandemic.
Introducing The Furman Humanities Center
A new home for student and faculty research on campus.
Music: The Ultimate Stress Reliever
Happy? Music. Sad? Music. Angry? Music. If you didn’t get it yet, the answer is always music.
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