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New Millennium Fellows tackle United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

Nine Furman students launch projects to advance U.N. goals such as zero hunger, climate action, good health and well-being and more.

Hispanic Heritage Month 2021 Events

National Hispanic American Heritage Month is from September 15 to October 15.

Celebrating 30 Years of Giving with His Largest Gift to Date

This year, Lee Alexander '84 marks 30 consecutive years of giving to Furman, and he is celebrating that by adding planned giving to his commitment.

An artisan weaves a basket in a scene from “The History of Sweetgrass Baskets,” a documentary by Alexis Hildenbrandt ’22.

And the Student Emmys go to… two Furman students

Alexis Hildenbrandt ’22 and Luke Harvin ’21 both filmed documentaries that won Southeastern Student Production Awards.

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In the Spring 2021 issue of Furman magazine, meet Alaskan brewery founder Marcy Larson ’79, education icon Pearlie Harris M ’83, and Dr. Matt W. Wilson ’86, who champions health care for those who need it most.

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Furman In the News

Hope for the lost souls of liberalism

Barton Swaim pays a visit to Furman, where he meets with Benjamin Storey and Jenna Silber Storey to discuss their new book, "Why We Are Restless."

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Around the Lake

Students walk across campus on the first day of classes.