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Recycling quandary puzzles Charleston apartments

Karen Allen, assistant professor of sustainability science and anthropology

Apartment dwellers in Charleston aren’t provided the same level of recycling service as people who live in single-family homes, leaving residents to take their recycling off site. Some advocacy groups are proposing various solutions to make recycling easier. Karen Allen, assistant professor of sustainability science, suggests the county could consider taxing waste as a way to encourage more recycling. The Charleston Post and Courier has the story.

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Furman University Rugby Club

Furman Rugby Club competes for collegiate championship

The team came in third in the USA Rugby 7s Collegiate Championship at Kennesaw State University in Georgia.

Faculty promotions and tenure approved by Furman University Board of Trustees

Five professors were also granted Emeritus Professor status.

Furman graduates receive Fulbright honors

Two alumnae will serve as English teaching assistants in Germany. Another Furman alumna will teach English in Peru.

white man with dragonfly net, Wade Worthen

Dragonflies reveal clues about efficacy of forest remediation efforts

Wade Worthen explores how gossamer-winged creatures inform conservation efforts in Mesoamerican forests.