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Changes coming to your next issue of Furman magazine

It’s difficult to name one thing in our lives that has not been impacted by the global pandemic. And this fall, reading Furman magazine will be different, too. In place of a print magazine, you will receive a newly designed digital edition of Furman magazine in your inbox in early November.

This digital issue is a response to the challenges caused by the COVID-19 and the changes that are unfolding across all of higher education, including Furman. Your favorite magazine sections and features will still be there. But you’ll also see how the pandemic has changed the life of a Paladin – from those who are helping out in the crisis to the ways that virtual events, like Dins Day, have filled the void of canceled gatherings and in some ways brought us closer.

To update your email address, please do so online, and as always, please keep in touch by sending us your story ideas and Class Notes updates.

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