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Author: Carol Anne Ward, Assistant Director, Communications Archive

Discovery by design

A fellowship established by Carolyn and Joseph Warden creates new research opportunities in Special Collections.

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One night on Broadway

Sixteen Furman Singers performed in the grand finales of Kristin Chenoweth's show, My Love Letter to Broadway.

Psychology Club lends a hand at Project Host

Furman University’s Psychology Club participated in the Lib Nanney Service Project this past Sunday. They cooked and served lunch at The Project Host Soup Kitchen. The service project, held for the first time this year, will be held annually in memory of Lib Nanney, who worked in the Psychology Department for 29 years. From left, are […]

Crews selected as member of Leadership Greenville

Furman University’s Director of Undergraduate Evening Studies Beth Crews has been selected as part of the Chamber’s 41st class of Leadership Greenville. Leadership Greenville is a program designed and facilitated by the Greenville Chamber to help develop informed, committed and qualified leaders for Greenville County.

Happy 99th birthday to Dr. Charles Townes!

Furman graduate and Nobel Laureate Charles H. Townes turns 99 on July 28, a day which is being celebrated in both California and South Carolina. Townes, who received the 1964 Nobel Prize in Physics for his work that led to the development of laser technology, is professor emeritus of physics at the University of California, […]

2014 Furman grad is high tech CEO

Anja Smith is CEO of Sabai, a fast-growing, tech company in Simpsonville that provides virtual private network routers to more than 120 countries. She also happened to graduate this spring from Furman’s Undergraduate Evening Studies program with a Bachelor of Liberal Arts degree in business administration. Smith, along with the company’s founder, was interviewed in […]

GoPro: My graduation

Strolling down the Furman Mall alongside classmates who, over the last four years, have become your family. Taking your seat on the field in Paladin Stadium. Hearing your name, and at that moment, knowing you have arrived. You are a Furman alumnus. Armed with a GoPro camera, John Kiser ’14 documented the best moments of […]

Miss S.C. pledges support for statewide texting ban

Furman alumna and Miss S.C. 2013 Brooke Mosteller came to the State House Wednesday, May 7,  with Miss Teen S.C. Brook Sill and dozens of other women vying for Mosteller’s crown this year, to sign a pledge not to text while driving. Mosteller also urged lawmakers to pass a statewide texting ban this year, saying […]