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The road home

Arianna Shirk ’02 followed her calling to Africa, where she now serves as an emergency pediatric physician in AIC Kijabi Hospital's neonatal intensive care unit.

A Blue Ribbon Experience

For Furman interns and BlueCross employees, learning is a two-way street

Coming to Furman for the eclipse? Here’s what you need to know

Those planning to attend are welcome to arrive early and enjoy one of the most beautiful college campuses in America.

Professor Kate Kaup gives address at summer commencement

The James B. Duke Professor of Asian Studies and Politics and International Affairs at Furman told the graduates to explore and be prepared for a whole new world.


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Moving and learning work well together


Research by Dr. Julian Reed has shown that physically active children have greater academic performance, academic achievement and enhanced cognition compared to their less active peers.

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Around the Lake

Approximately 14,000 people came to the Furman campus on Monday, Aug. 21 to witness a total solar eclipse that was every bit as incredible and awe-inspiring as advertised. The skies were clear and the view of the eclipse was unobstructed as it began shortly after 1 p.m. and entered totality at 2:38 p.m. It also proved to be a moment of solidarity for those who were there to experience it. (Photo by Jeremy Fleming)