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Women and children in refugee camp in Greece

Furman Hosts Series Addressing Global Refugee Crisis

A diverse array of campus and off campus organizations collaborate to bring multiple perspectives to a hotly debated topic.


University to Host SC Congressional Candidates Oct. 24

Tickets are no longer available for the event that includes Sen. Tim Scott and Rep. Trey Gowdy. The candidates' conversation will be recorded and posted on the Furman website following the event.


Furman Board of Trustees Welcomes New Members

The new trustees, who began their terms July 1, were on campus Saturday to attend the board's annual fall meeting.


Dr. Nick Galasso Speaks About Economic Inequality Oct. 25

The Oxfam America researcher found that 85 people possess the same amount of wealth as the poorest half of the world's population.

solar FAQ

Furman Asks Questions

Here Comes the Sun


Jeff Redderson explains how Furman's $1.7 million solar facility will reduce the university’s energy costs and bring its solar power production to the maximum allowed under state law.

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Healing Species Honored

The Dick and Tunky Riley WhatWorksSC Award for Excellence was presented to Healing Species for its program that uses rescued and abused animals to teach school children compassion.

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Around the Lake

The Furman women's golf team has had a lot to smile about lately. In their three tournaments this fall, the Paladins have a win and two second-place finishes. The team has been impressive enough to rise to No. 4 nationally in the latest GolfStat collegiate rankings. Pictured are assistant coach Laura DeMarco (left) and freshman Carly Burkhardt. (Photo by Jeremy Fleming)