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Where is he now?

Mike Buddie was named athletics director at Furman in 2015.

Before he became Furman’s athletics director in 2015, Mike Buddie pitched in 87 big league games. His career included pitching for a New York Yankees team that won the World Series and landing a bit role in a motion picture with Kevin Costner, “For Love of the Game.” Inside Baseball caught up with Buddie for one of its features, “Where Are They Now?”

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Furman Metropolitan Fellows begin their internships in New York City

Rising seniors Rosemary Coskrey and Maddie De Pree will be mentored and supported by the FMF directors throughout the summer.

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‘Ketching up’ with Dorothy Spratlin ’19: A year on the road in the Wienermobile

One of 12 chosen from a pool of 7,000, Dorothy Spratlin ’19 will be steering her Wienermobile across the Southeast.

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Matt Olson debuts new jazz CD ‘789 Miles’

The recording is Olson’s fourth project and features his original compositions as well as those of his current and former students at Furman.

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Chemistry Professor Mary Elizabeth Anderson receives NSF grant

In addition to Anderson's grant, biology professors obtain renewed funding to support undergraduate research projects and more.