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Furman mourns death of longtime professor, administrator John Crabtree

The former vice president for academic affairs and dean at the university died June 26 at age 93.

Researchers uncover local history through Max Heller’s papers in Special Collections

Two researchers are unpacking 35 cubic feet of history about Greenville and its former mayor.

Why Furman’s Campus Is Good for Your Health

Professors found that nature does the student body good.


Health sciences professors advance guidelines for preventing injury, death

Professors Caterisano, Feigenbaum and Snyder are among authors of paper that establishes guidelines for preventing sports-related injury and death.


Excerpts & Anecdotes

A digital highlight from the latest issue of Furman Magazine


One State, One People.

As the Riley Institute turns 20, former governor and Secretary of Education Dick Riley isn’t resting.

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Furman In the News

Riding to the top

A strong final day allows cyclist Brendan Rhim ’19 to win the 2019 Tour de Beauce in Quebec, Canada.

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Around the Lake

Furman alum and former U.S. Secretary of Education Dick Riley (center) welcomed 18 rising high school seniors to campus the week of June 16-20 for the Riley Institute’s Emerging Public Leaders program. (Photo by Jeremy Fleming)