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100 years later, the Great War’s impact on Greenville is still evident

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An answer to the shortage of high school guidance counselors

Furman will help expand the College Advising Corps into Lancaster and Chester county schools, the first in S.C. to benefit from the program.

U.S. must talk to North Korea

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

Modern Languages & Literatures collaborates with Hispanic Alliance

Three rising Furman seniors are named fellows as part of the collaborative efffort with Greenville's Hispanic Alliance.

“Make Campus Great Again”

Lauren Cooley ’14 was a political activist when she was a student at Furman, and that is still true today.