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Southern writers, alumni featured in Writer’s Symposium March 23-24

Authors are Furman graduates and include Mindy Friddle, Tommy Hays, George Singleton and Ed Tarkington.

Best-selling author David Shields on campus March 29 & 31

David Shields will speak about his latest book, as well as talk about a film based on his work and directed by James Franco in two separate events March 29 and 31.

Danielle Vinson authors book about Congress and the media

Vinson goes back four decades to examine how members of Congress have increasingly embraced media relations as a way to influence national policymaking and politics.

NCAA tournament upsets no surprise for these Furman math professors

Liz Bouzarth, John Harris and Kevin Hutson used a complex system of numbers to correctly predict three of the major first-round upsets that occurred over the weekend.

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Here Comes the Sun

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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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Making a difference in Africa

Furman alum and Hall of Fame golfer Betsy King '77 gives both her time and money to bringing fresh water to Africa.

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Live close to the gym

A study by professor Julian Reed is cited in a Wall Street Journal article about how geography might be affecting your workout schedule.

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A South Carolina beauty

According to Travel + Leisure, Furman's campus is the most beautiful in the state.

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Around the Lake

Furman's "Diamond F" logo was on full display during the first round of the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament that took place at Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville March 17 and 19. Furman and the Southern Conference served as hosts for the tournament, which included a first-round game between North Carolina and Texas Southern. (Photo by Jeremy Fleming)