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Thanking the people who changed his life

In his convocation address on Aug. 27, alum Keith Johnson '05 recounts his journey from the Paladin football field to a judgeship in Augusta, Georgia.

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Library historian Wiegand to speak about Greenville desegregation Oct. 3

Wiegand's talk is sponsored by the Friends of the Furman University Libraries, the Furman Center for Inclusive Communities and the Greenville County Library.

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Education professor Paul L. Thomas receives award for essay collection

The collection, “Critical Media Literacy and Fake News in Post-Truth America,” is co-edited by Thomas and Christian Z. Goering at the University of Arkansas.

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Author Daniel DiSalvo of City College of New York, opens Tocqueville Series

CLP: DiSalvo will present "Has Party Reform Made America Ungovernable?" Thursday, Sept. 27 at 5 p.m. in McEachern Lecture Hall, Furman Hall 214.

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Family of Furman alumnae work to preserve historic Abbeville church

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Ranked among the best

Furman’s ranking in the most recent Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education poll is highest among South Carolina colleges.

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Around the Lake

Twenty-eight freshmen joined Furman’s Shucker Leadership Institute this fall as New Fellows. Named in honor of former Vice President for Student Services Harry Shucker, the institute fosters the development of emerging student leaders through an emphasis on self-exploration, initiative, commitment, collaboration and experiential learning. (Photo by Jeremy Fleming)