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Furman Joins “ALL IN” Campus Democracy Challenge

Civic Nation aims to improve democratic engagement and increase voter participation at campuses across the nation.

The CCC weatherized it's 100th home in Greenville Wednesday, August 17.

Home, Sweet Home

Furman’s Community Conservation Corps celebrates a significant milestone when the organization weatherizes its 100th home.

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Stover Publishes New Book

Education professor Katie Stover co-authors new book about digital tools for K-6 literacy. "Technology can and should be used to open the classroom to the world ...," she says.

Meritorious Diversity and Inclusion

United Way and Furman Partner in Needs Assessment

Furman assembles an interdisciplinary team that will examine the needs of communities that feed into Berea High School and Carolina High School.

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

Furman Asks Questions

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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The Journey Continues

Furman alum Clint Dempsey is one of the best soccer players the United States has ever produced, and he isn't finished yet.

U.S. Soccer

Singing for the Children

Furman music major Drew Whitlow is organizing a concert to help fund Save the Children’s activities on behalf of Syrian refugee children worldwide.

The Greenville News

Why Some Latinos Support Donald Trump

Furman Spanish professor Bryan Betancur, a Columbian-American, explains why some Hispanics are backing Trump in the presidential race.

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Around the Lake

What do you enjoy? Hiking, mountain biking, the theatre, kayaking, serving in the Greenville community? Every fall, Furman holds an activities fair on campus to help new students find an organization that aligns with their interests. (Photo by Jeremy Fleming)