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Jazmin Black Grollemund performs in Faculty Chamber Series Jan. 12

The 2010 graduate returns to campus for the first time in nearly eight years to present the S.C. premiere of Mark Kilstofte's "The White Album."

The bigger picture

Furman's public health major focuses on improving the health of a community, whether on a local scale or a national scale.

Bandelin tapped for board president, Oberlin Group Libraries

Director of Furman Libraries Janis Bandelin takes the helm as board president for elite, invitation-only consortium of academic libraries.

Furman receives $1 million grant from Rinker Foundation

The grant will directly benefit The Furman Advantage through increased financial support for student scholarships and fellowships.


Excerpts & Anecdotes

A digital highlight from the latest issue of Furman Magazine


Notes from the field

Richey played a key role in Furman’s basketball success, now he gets to lead it

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Furman In the News

Anti-Muslim tweets dangerous for our country

Jewish American and English professor Melinda Menzer and Muslim American Johnna Malici write an opinion piece about the dangers of demonizing minority groups.

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Around the Lake

If you're going to decorate a holiday tree at Furman, a few purple ornaments are entirely in order. This particular tree resides at The Herring Center for Continuing Education. (Photo by Jeremy Fleming)