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Furman through the years

What do hornets or hurricanes have to do with Furman? Get the answer and take a trip to Furman’s past with the Special Collections and Archives exhibition “F.U. All the Time!: Furman University Memorabilia, 1826-2013.” Presented in honor of Founders Week, Furman artifacts and photos are on display in the James B. Duke Library (second floor). The exhibit runs through May. For an overview of the exhibit, visit http://fuallthetime.wordpress.com/.

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Carnegie Hall Affiliate Ensemble, Decoda, in Concert Sept. 15

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Art by Zac Benson on display Sept. 2-Oct. 2

Benson uses reclaimed, manufactured materials with an intrinsic history that speaks to the relationship between his personal faith and his engagement with society.