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South Carolina State House

Crangle Leads “Money & Power: The Story of Operation Lost Trust”

Operation Lost Trust was the worst public corruption scandal in the history of South Carolina. Seventeen state legislators and nine other public officials were convicted of corruption and narcotics violations.

Onarae Rice

Alcohol, PTSD and the Brain

Furman psychology professor Onarae Rice will discuss how the brain affects a person's desire to drink alcohol when he speaks at High Noon Wednesday, Nov. 2.


The Washington Experience

Students work in government, interest groups, non-profits, and media organizations where they can rub elbows with Washington elite, all while earning course credit.


An experiment in civility and substance

More than 300 people attended a conversation with the four SC Congressional candidates held Monday in the Trone Student Center.

solar FAQ

Furman Asks Questions

Here Comes the Sun


Jeff Redderson explains how Furman's $1.7 million solar facility will reduce the university’s energy costs and bring its solar power production to the maximum allowed under state law.

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Furman In the News

Purple and Green

Just how green is Furman University? Andrew Moore of Community Journals counts the ways.

Greenville Journal

A Conversation with the Candidates

Two South Carolina Congressman and their challengers were invited to campus this week for a civil and substantive conversation about politics.

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Around the Lake

Sen. Tim Scott (R) was among the four candidates who came to the Furman campus Oct. 24 to participate in "A Conversation with South Carolina Congressional Candidates: An Experiment in Civility and Substance." The others were Scott's Democratic challenger Thomas Dixon, and Rep. Trey Gowdy (R) and his Democratic opponent Chris Fedalei.