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High tech meets low tech at Furman solar farm

New residents at Furman's solar farm look to tackle a growing problem.

Richard W. Riley to be honored with downtown Greenville sculpture

The sculpture will represent Riley's extraordinary public leadership and his commitment to quality education for all children.

Furman superfan Bootie Cothran competes on the NBC show "American Ninja Warrior."

Furman superfan Bootie Cothran advances on ‘American Ninja Warrior’

Bootie Cothran knows what it’s like to be a superfan. But he’s still getting used to having his own as a contestant on NBC’s “American Ninja Warrior.”

Buchalski finishes second in nation at NCAA Championships

Her runner-up showing in the 5,000-meter run, where she passed multiple runners on the final lap, was the highest finish by a Furman track athlete ever.

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It's not every day you get to take a photo with Richard W. Riley (center), the former U.S. Secretary of Education and two-time Governor of South Carolina. The Riley Institute at Furman brought this year's Emerging Public Leaders, a group of rising high school seniors from across the state, to campus June 17-22 for a week filled with activities and opportunities to learn about public leadership. (Photo by Jeremy Fleming)