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Cruising to diplomacy

Two faculty members and five students participated in APEC's Voices of the Future, which took place in Papau New Guinea.

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Upstate leaders become Riley Diversity Fellows

Thirty-six leaders from the Upstate and surrounding area have completed the Riley Institute at Furman’s Diversity Leaders Initiative (DLI).

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Furman Theatre presents “The Servant of Two Masters” directed by Doug Berky

The production directed by Berky '95 opened Dec. 4. It continues through Sunday, Dec. 9.

Furman forward Clay Mounce '21 scores a basket against Western Carolina.

Furman ranked for the first time in 106-year history of men’s basketball

The Paladins, 8-0 for the first time ever, land at No. 25 in this week's Associated Press Top 25 poll.

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Family of Furman alumnae work to preserve historic Abbeville church

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Furman In the News

Overcoming legal barriers

Ben Waddell needed his parents and they needed a legal lifeline, which is when Greenville’s Medical Legal Partnership stepped in to assist.

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Around the Lake

A new sculpture by artist Yuri Tsuzuki, “Canopy of Life,” was unveiled outside the David E. Shi Center for Sustainability on Dec. 5 during a special dedication event. The sculpture was commissioned by former Furman president David Shi in honor of his wife, Angela Halfacre, who served as director of the Shi Center from 2008 to 2016. (Photo by Jeremy Fleming)