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A magical, musical year in Leipzig

Music education major Logan Campbell ’18 participates in German cultural exchange program

Residency celebrates the beauty, grace & potency of words and music

Acclaimed soprano Jill Feldman presents lecture; Furman vocal students demonstrate Baroque style Thursday, Sept. 21 at 7 p.m. in Daniel Recital Hall.

Furman makes several top lists in U.S. News rankings

University is listed among the “Most Innovative Schools” and “High School Counselors’ Top College Picks” in the annual rankings released Sept. 12.

Furman Theatre presents “Reasons to Be Pretty” by Neil LaBute

TIME magazine--"Tight, tense and emotionally true, and it portrays characters who actually seem part of the world that the rest of us live in.”


Furman Asks Questions

Moving and learning work well together


Research by Dr. Julian Reed has shown that physically active children have greater academic performance, academic achievement and enhanced cognition compared to their less active peers.

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Furman In the News

Big gains and tragic setbacks

Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates, Jr., came to campus Monday to talk about "Black America Since MLK."

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A perfect fit at Furman

Associate vice president for finance Amy Blackwell is featured in a Q&A. Says Blackwell, "I have been fortunate to spend most of my career at Furman."

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Around the Lake

Harvard professor and Emmy Award-winning filmmaker Henry Louis Gates, Jr., was on the Furman campus Sept. 18 to talk about “Black America Since MLK." In addition to providing insightful comments about the history of race in America, his talk included a good deal of humor that the capacity crowd very much appreciated. (Photo by Jeremy Fleming)