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The university is partnering with Greenville County, Greenville Health System, United Way of Greenville County and 2-1-1 to provide users an interactive look at essential services in the county.
The half-hour program focuses on business and public policy issues and airs on 22 PBS stations in North and South Carolina.
Bridges to a Brighter Future has impacted nearly 500 Greenville County students.
Pence has retained attorney Richard Cullen '71 to assist with responses to inquiries by the special counsel.
In an interview with Forbes, alum David Trone '77 talks about entrepreneurial spirit, embracing change and getting comfortable with failure.
The university will host a variety of free public events on campus the day of the eclipse, including a guided viewing presentation in 16,000-seat Paladin Stadium.
Furman professor Melinda Menzer swam 9.2 miles in the Tennessee River to raise awareness and money for refugees.
In an op-ed, retired professor Bill Rogers writes that it's time to talk honestly about race.
Greenville artist Jeff Sumerel will kick off a series of weekly and "wonderfully odd" half-hour shows from campus beginning Saturday, June 17 at 8 p.m.