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FUGE sings on the library steps

‘Night of Lament for Racial Reconciliation’ set for Oct. 29

The event is organized and hosted by the Furman University chapter of the International Justice Mission and the Furman University Gospel Ensemble.

Techniques for our times: Azar and company make theatre work

Theater was one of the first things to shut down in the wake of COVID-19. But Maegan McNerney Azar and her colleagues in the theater department have other ideas.

New Furman Angel Network connects investors with entrepreneurs

The new VentureSouth Furman Angel Network is a partnership between Furman Innovation and Entrepreneurship and VentureSouth.

Heller Service Corps: Where small acts of kindness create big impacts

Student director Barrett Taylor '21 says there's never been a better time to volunteer with Heller Service Corps.

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The World Opened Up

From Greenville to Kampala, LaDavia Drummond Just ’02 follows her faith.

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Around the Lake

Furman University participated in a national celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, which gave women the right to vote. Furman’s Bell Tower and Duke Library were illuminated in the colors of the women’s suffrage movement – purple, gold and white.