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Those planning to attend are welcome to arrive early and enjoy one of the most beautiful college campuses in America.
The James B. Duke Professor of Asian Studies and Politics and International Affairs at Furman told the graduates to explore and be prepared for a whole new world.
The three-part series, “Media and Politics in a Post-Truth Era,” will begin Aug. 24 and feature several nationally prominent journalists and media experts.
More than 700 freshmen will arrive on campus Friday, Aug. 18 as the university prepares for another academic year.
In collaboration with Upstate Forever, the university's research efforts have helped develop a detailed map to identify the region’s most environmentally sensitive lands.
Officials with the popular Web.com Tour event said the 2017 tournament raised $631,495 for 14 Upstate charities.
Furman worked with several local organizations to create an interactive tool that maps essential human services in Greenville County.
Professor Kate Kaup will serve as speaker as the university awards approximately 60 undergraduate and graduate degrees during the exercises.