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‘No prisoner in this lonely room’

James Emmanuel ’21, Caroline Scudder ’20, Emilia Hyland ’21, Caroline Atwater ’21, Makenna Christensen ’21, Sophie Kline Schaffer ’21, Carly Anderson ’21 and Elizabeth Collins ’21 (front) at Nab Scar.
Elizabeth Collins ’21 created a public humanities outreach program to bring poetry therapy to cancer patients in the Greenville community. The program, What a Word’s Worth, was offered through Furman and the Cancer Support Community at the Prisma Health Cancer Institute. Collins received funding for the program from the Wordsworth Trust  after winning a grant-writing competition while studying away in the British Isles before the pandemic. Read the story in the spring 2021 issue of Furman magazine.
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