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Milby, who joined the university's police department in 2015, has served has acting police chief since May.
University will delay opening the campus until 10 a.m. Tuesday to give crews time to clear as much as debris as possible. All classes before 10 a.m. are canceled.
"Meet the Press" host Chuck Todd talks about fake news and alternative facts.
The forum, sponsored by The Greenville News, takes place Thursday, Sept. 7 at 6 p.m. in the Hughes Main Library at Heritage Green Place in downtown Greenville.
In a letter to the Furman community, President Davis expresses disappointment in the decision to phase out the DACA program.
Thanks to a $1 million gift and the hard work of a dedicated group of supporters, the men's golf program at Furman is stronger than ever.
President Elizabeth Davis will preside as the university welcomes the freshman class and presents a number of major honors and awards.
The program, part of the “Media and Politics in a Post-Truth Era” series, will begin at 5:30 p.m. in McAlister Auditorium.
For Furman graduate Lindsay Caesar '12, a journey to Charlottesville, Va., began in hope and ended in a nightmare.