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Mill Village Farms grows healthy food, opportunities and hope

youth outdoors harvesting produce
Youth harvest vegetables at Serenity Farm, one of three farms operated by nonprofit Mill Village Farms.

Several initiatives led by Furman University alum Dan Weidenbenner’s Mill Community Ministries aim to lessen food insecurity, impart job and entrepreneurship skills and instill hope for the citizens of Greenville County. Weidenbenner, a 2011 psychology graduate, was quoted in Greenville Journal, as was Furman Chief of Staff Liz Seman, board chair of Community Foundation of Greenville, a supporter of MCM.

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What we can learn from Native American politics

Danielle Vinson, professor of politics and international affairs, explains the relevance of treaties between Native American tribes and nations and the U.S. government.

Ian McPherson '23 delivers Giving Tree boxes.

Gallery: Fall Day of Service

The first Heller Service Corps Fall Day of Service showed Furman’s commitment to the community.

Petal prowess: Oconee bell wildflowers might be one giant organism

Ashley Morris and her biology students are studying whether or not all the Oconee bell wildflowers are actually one genetically identical organism.

Gavin George ’25

A grand passion

Gavin George ’25 hopes his passion for music can harmonize with his pre-med studies at Furman.