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2012 Furman graduate Alyssa Richardson spoke at The Furman Advantage launch in 2016.

Furman political science graduate Alyssa Richardson ’12 is one of a dozen individuals featured in a Business Officer magazine story about the value of a liberal arts education. Richardson, who graduated Harvard School of Law in 2015, describes how she arrived at Furman and the rich undergraduate opportunities she was exposed to while there–from a Riley Institute internship to serving as a delegate to the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation meeting in 2011. Richardson now clerks for Judge Margaret B. Seymour, United States District Court in South Carolina.

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Roe v Wade ruling by Supreme Court affects more than abortion rights

Furman faculty weigh in with expert perspective on health care, history, social justice, education and other aspects of the June 24 decision.

It’s a wrap: Strategic design master’s students shine in package refresh competition

Four Master of Arts in Strategic Design candidates reimagine a legacy package for The Coca-Cola Company.

Elizabeth Allen ’20 M’22 poses with her Guinness World Record-winning chain made of 10,000 Starburst wrappers.

Alum wraps up record-setting feat – link by link

Elizabeth Allen ’20 M’22 reached her goal one Starburst at a time

Graduate student Allyn Wiggins M’22 (left) works with Augi during the Literacy Corner program.

In Literacy Corner, ‘the curriculum is the children’

Literacy Corner links grad students with community kids for a monthlong exploration of the wonder of words