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Furman Monitoring Dorian; Regular Schedule Expected

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***Update Wednesday, Sept. 4, 2019, 5 p.m.

Hurricane Dorian is still expected to have minimal impact on the Furman University campus and Greenville area, according to the National Weather Service. For tomorrow, when Hurricane Dorian is expected to be off the coast of South Carolina, the local forecast is for partly cloudy to sunny skies with possible wind gusts up to 25 mph.

Furman University will maintain its regular schedule for campus and related activities, including the public Straight Talk series program on Thursday night. The university will continue to monitor the forecast and announce any changes if necessary.

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***Update Tuesday, Sept. 3, 2019, 3 p.m.

Hurricane Dorian is expected to have minimal impact on the Furman University campus and Greenville area, according to the National Weather Service. The forecast calls for sunny to partly sunny skies through the week with breezy conditions mid-day Thursday.

As of now, Furman University will maintain its regular schedule for campus and related activities, including the public Straight Talk series program on Thursday night. The university will continue to monitor the forecast and announce any changes if necessary.

To help with community relief efforts on the coast, Furman will host a blood drive by The Blood Connection on Wednesday, Sept. 4, outside the Trone Student Center.

For up-to-date information, visit Furman news and follow Furman on Twitter and Facebook.

Friday, Aug. 30, 2019

Furman University is monitoring the forecast for Hurricane Dorian and its potential impact to the university and the Greenville area. Currently, Furman is planning to maintain a regular schedule through next week.

According to the National Weather Service, Hurricane Dorian is forecast to strengthen as it moves north of the Bahamas early this weekend. The risk of hurricane-related damage continues to increase across the northwestern Bahamas and Florida peninsula late this weekend into early next week.

The university will continue to monitor the storm over the holiday weekend and will update the campus community as necessary.

For up-to-date information, visit Furman news and follow Furman on Twitter and Facebook.

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