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Giving Tuesday, A Furman Tradition
To end Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals, Furman participates in Giving Tuesday to help fund its many organizations.
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.
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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.
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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.
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.
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.
Kappa Kappa Gamma Eta Alpha Chapter to Leave Campus April 2022
In an email sent out to the Greek community, Ashley Baudoin outlined Kappa’s honorable and temporary leave from campus.
Director of the Center for Inclusive Communities Leaving Furman
Deborah Allen, inaugural director of the CIC, is leaving Furman. Learn more about why she is leaving, her accomplishments while at Furman, and what she hopes for our community moving forward in her absence.
Furman Bubble Not Immune to Nationwide Staffing Shortage
Popular student dining locations, The Library Café and Bread & Bowl, have faced staffing shortages, producing irregular hours
Furman Justice Forum Makes Stance on Joseph Vaughn Plaza
Furman Justice Forum’s latest event makes bold claims about the state of race relations at Furman University.
Giveaway: Win sweatshirts, t-shirts, stickers
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Shifting Administration: Ken Peterson and Michael Jennings Transition to Faculty Positions
Since August, both the Vice President of Academic Affairs and Provost (Peterson) and Chief Diversity Officer (Jennings) have transitioned from positions in Administration to faculty positions. President Davis shared her perspective.
Furman University Outdoors Club and Mere Christianity Forum Team Up to Bring National Geographic Adventurer of the Year to Campus
FUOC and MCF welcomed speed hiker Jennifer Pharr Davis to campus to speak on her experiences.
The Truth About Hazing: National Hazing Prevention Week at Furman
A look inside Furman’s Anti-Hazing Week with the passionate student responsible for it all — Savannah Hobbie.
Furman Launches New Laundry System with a Focus on Sustainability
This summer, Furman swapped its old HE washers and dryers for new, more reliable machines.
A New Semester Brings New and Updated Rules
Furman students returned to class Tuesday Aug. 24, this time with new rules and regulations regarding masks.
New Risk Management Criteria Threaten Brussels Internship Program
Study away experiences — and college more broadly — are meant to help students prepare for independent adulthood.
Vaccine Clinic Deemed a Success
According to Dr. John Wheeler, roughly 10% of the student population was vaccinated at the Apr. 17 clinic event.
Adapt and Overcome: President Davis Has “No Regrets” When Reflecting on 2020-2021 School Year
Furman remains “dedicated to student success” as the Spring semester reaches its end.
Plans in Place to Publish 120th Volume of Bonhomie
Although Furman missed its beloved yearbook last year, a new volume of Bonhomie is in the works.
Virtual Furman Engaged Leaves Students Nostalgic for Pre-COVID Times
Although Furman Engaged looked different this year, some aspects seemed oddly normal.