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Anna Sugg Named One of Most Influential Women in Election Media

As the Republican National Convention's Director of Television, Anna Sugg is playing a major role in this year's presidential election process.


Furman energy efficiency grant fuels savings for local nonprofits

Freshmen in Furman's ECOS program help local nonprofits identify opportunities to improve energy efficiency and use savings to further their mission.


Furman Students, Alums Join Musical Theatre for Summer Productions

Greenville’s GLOW Lyric Theatre, a professional opera, operetta and musical theatre company in Greenville, is gearing up for a Furman-filled July.


Southern Living Lists Greenville Among “South’s Best College Towns”

Southern Living magazine selected Greenville, Furman's hometown, as one of the "South's Best College Towns."

Dr. Brent Nelsen teaches courses at Furman on Europe and the European Union. FAQ

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Brexit and Everything After


Shortly after the UK voted to exit the EU, Furman political science professor Brent Nelsen talked about the Brexit vote, Britain’s place in the world and the future of the European project.

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A Summer in New Zealand

Furman student Erin Mellor is spending the summer in a pilot exchange program at Massey University in New Zealand.

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Partisan Prayers at RNC

Political science professor Jim Guth says it's quite unusual to disparage a rival political party in a prayer, as Pastor Mark Burns did at the Republican National Convention.

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Around the Lake

This quiet and shaded pathway runs between the James B. Duke Library and Trone Student Center.