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2021: The Year in Review

The Bell Tower on Furman Lake.

This past year, the Furman community showed its resilience and care for one another amid the second year of the pandemic. It was a year of putting our values into action, enacting community and striving for inclusive excellence.

Join us in a look back at some of the most memorable moments of 2021, from milestones in the Seeking Abraham project to commencements to study away, service, athletics and theatre arts. The 2021 Year in Review tells the story of the past year through some of our most memorable images.

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