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Furman Symphony Orchestra in concert Oct. 26

Furman professor and soprano Alison Trainer is featured soloist for Samuel Barber's "Knoxville: Summer of 1915," one of the pieces conducted by Thomas Joiner.

Professor emeritus Tom Allen to speak at High Noon Oct. 24

His talk, “Phishing, Twitter Bombs and Trolls: How to Hack an American Presidential Election,” begins at noon at the Upcountry History Museum-Furman University.

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No horsin’ around–Martha Ingram ’20 is a winner

Martha Ingram wins the North American Adult Amateur Equitation Championships at the Capital Challenge Horse Show in Marlboro, Maryland.

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Riley Institute announces Wilkins Leadership Awards winners

The David H. Wilkins awards recognize outstanding legislative and civic leadership in the state.


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Family of Furman alumnae work to preserve historic Abbeville church

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Furman alum receives endorsement

One of the nation's leading newspapers endorses David Trone '77 in his bid to represent Maryland’s 6th Congressional District.

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Around the Lake

Some of the Furman students participating in the Brussels study away program were on hand when alum Alex Stubb ’93 officially launched his candidacy to become the new European Commission president. Stubb (top center) is flanked on his right by Furman professor Brent Nelsen and his wife, Lori, who works in the Earth and Environmental Sciences lab at Furman.