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Dins Day raises more than $1.3 million

The 24-hour celebration generated 1,932 individual gifts and allowed Furman alumni, parents and friends from all over the world to connect to the university through social media.

A life of miracles

Furman students discuss refugee, immigration experiences with Holocaust survivor Trude Heller

Newsboys in Concert April 29

The Grammy®-nominated, platinum-selling band will present its "Love Riot Tour" at Timmons Arena April 29.

Three Furman seniors receive Fulbright grants

Nathan Mathai, Emily Matthews and Michael Robinson have received grants from the Fulbright U.S. Student Program to teach English abroad.

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Moving and learning work well together

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Research by Dr. Julian Reed has shown that physically active children have greater academic performance, academic achievement and enhanced cognition compared to their less active peers.

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U.S. must talk to North Korea

Politics and International Affairs professor Akan Malici advocates for diplomacy in dealing with North Korea.

The Greenville News

Power of the internship

History professor Courtney Tollison writes about the importance of engaged learning and how Furman has pushed its students to experience the world outside the classroom.

Greenville Journal
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Around the Lake

Tuesday was the last day of classes at Furman, and the seniors upheld a long-standing tradition by hopping into the fountain in front of the James B. Duke Library for a little fun and relaxation before final exams. (Photo by Jeremy Fleming)