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2016: The Year in Pictures

Students celebrate Holi, the Hindu festival that marks the beginning of spring.

What happened at Furman University in 2016?  Things got started in January with classes and a decent blanket of Southern snow and rolled right through the end of December when Clay Hendrix ’86 returned to his alma mater as the Paladins’ new head football coach. But a lot happened in between, and university photographer Jeremy Fleming ’08 was on hand to capture most all of it.  So take a look at The Year in Pictures and see what you might have missed.

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