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Professor Inabinet Discusses Who Won and Who Lost Debate

Communication Studies professor Brandon Inabinet talks about how Clinton and Trump fared in the debate and what Furman students thought of the candidates’ performances.

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Country Singer-Songwriter Canaan Smith in Concert Oct. 5

FUSAB presents Mercury Nashville artist Canaan Smith whose "Bronco" debuted in the Top 5 on Billboard's Country Albums Chart.


Join Us for a Special Event

The Furman community and public are invited to attend a special announcement on campus Wednesday, Oct. 5 at 11:30 a.m.

Furman art students and kids from the Frazee Center crafted bowls to benefit Loaves and Fishes.

Filling empty bowls

Furman art students and children from Greenville’s Frazee Center created works of art to be auctioned as part of Rock Out Hunger, the annual benefit for Loaves and Fishes.

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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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A New Conductor in Memphis

The public face of the Memphis Symphony Orchestra is new principal conductor Robert Moody, a trained cellist and vocalist who graduated from Furman in 1989.

The Commercial Appeal

Transcending Her Role on Campus

As director of Furman's Undergraduate Evening Studies program, Beth Crews understands the transitions in life many of those students encounter.

The Greenville News
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Around the Lake

They say don’t look back, but Furman freshman Danni Vines had no choice in returning this shot. The women's tennis team hosted the 30th Annual Furman Fall Classic this past weekend at the Mickel Tennis Center.