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Furman, home to 40 students during COVID crisis

bell tower in spring, covid-19 campus
Furman bell tower in early spring

Angelia Davis of The Greenville News pens an article about the clusters of students that remain on shuttered Upstate college campuses during the COVID-19 crisis. Forty Furman students, mostly international, continue to call Furman home. Two students, Lia Paw ’23 of Burma and Lucas Alredge ’21 of Greenville, describe what it’s like to live on the campus that under normal circumstances buzzes with 2,700 students.

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Pride is personal and political for alumnus Tensley

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

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