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College Advising Corps gets a boost

Furman President Elizabeth Davis spoke at the press conference in April 2017 to announce the university's partnership with the College Advising Corps.

Inside Higher Ed writes about the College Advising Corps, which has built a network of dedicated college counselors in high schools that serve large numbers of low-income and first-generation students in 14 states. Furman is among the colleges involved in the College Advising Corps, and the only one from South Carolina. The university launched its program in August 2017 by placing advisers in all seven high schools in Lancaster and Chester counties to help students navigate the often complex college search and application process.

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Pride is personal and political for alumnus Tensley

In a Q&A, Brandon Tensley '12 talks about coming out at Furman, celebrating Pride Month and political issues he's covered related to LGBTQ rights.

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.

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What Juneteenth teaches us, reminds us

Rod Kelley '06 contributes a guest column urging readers to treat Juneteenth as an opportunity to amplify the voices of the marginalized.

Bright futures, big city: Dins take on NYC for Career Treks

The Malone Center for Career Engagement organized the treks, which gave students the chance to explore the fields of finance and communications.