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Professor Brent Nelsen talks politics on “Carolina Business Review”

The professor of politics and international affairs at Furman discusses the November elections on the PBS program.

Provost gives presentation at Cottrell Scholar Conference

George Shields provided the address at the 2018 TREE Award presentations during the national conference in Tucson, Arizona.

Tenors Byrd ’20 and Toverud ’19 shine at national competition

Tyrese Byrd '20 and Bergsvein Toverud '19 compete as finalists amid fierce competition at the 55th National Association of Teachers of Singing meeting held in Las Vegas.

Grants from SC INBRE support biomedical research on campus

South Carolina IDeA Networks of Biomedical Research Excellence awards grants to biology professors Adi Dubash, Linnea Freeman and Alison Roark.


Excerpts & Anecdotes

A digital highlight from the latest issue of Furman Magazine


Dirty Job, Stunning Results

Sheree Wright is hands on when it comes to caring for the campus

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Furman In the News

93 yards to the house

Stanford Jennings '84 kickoff return in Super Bowl XXIII is honored as the greatest play in Cincinnati Bengals history.

Cincinnati Enquirer

Sgt. Holliday sings anthem

Technical Sgt. Stacey Holliday '04 delivers stunning performance of "The Star-Spangled Banner" at Nationals Park ahead of the All-Star Game's Home Run Derby.
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Around the Lake

What's up with that tiny cabin near the Furman lake? Built by students during a May Experience class in 2009, it’s a precise replica of the cabin Henry David Thoreau lived in at Walden Pond. (Photo by Jeremy Fleming)