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Taking advantage of shifting political winds, Furman students explore Cuba for the first time.
Sixteen Furman students took their study of psychology on the road as they traveled through Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.
Freshmen in Furman's ECOS program help local nonprofits identify opportunities to improve energy efficiency and use savings to further their mission.
In the May Experience course Sociology of Food Systems, students examined how class, race, and geography influence food choices.
From Africa to Iceland, May X offers students an intensive learning opportunity and the chance to explore the world.
Seven students in Psychology Professors Erin Hahn and Michelle Horhota’s May Experience course spent three weeks getting into the mind of Schopler as part of their visit to the Cummings Center for the
New course teaches students how to bring attention to corporate, non-profit, and governmental sustainability messaging.
She met her new friends for the first time on the sixth floor of Greenville Memorial Hospital. And when they saw some of the first pictures of their newest family member, McKenna Luzynski ’18 was there to share their joy. “I got to see the ultrasound and watch the mom interact with the sonographer […]
For three weeks, Furman students experienced the life of a fisherman. The group spent three weeks taking Fly Fishing and River Conservation, a May Experience course that took the students to the rivers of the Carolinas.