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The Furman Bell Tower at sunset. (Photo by Jeremy Fleming)

Japanese exchange students perform a J-pop dance at Furman’s International Dance Festival on February 26, which featured at least eight different countries and cultures. (Photo by Christy Litz ’20)

It's March, which means it's time for Latham Baseball Stadium to host another season of Paladin baseball. Furman, which is already 10 games into the season, plays Ohio State, Michigan State and Appalachian State at Fluor Field in downtown Greenville on March 8, 9 and 10 before returning to campus for games later in the month. (Photo by Jeremy Fleming)

Geoffrey Habron, professor of earth and environmental sciences, was among the Furman professors who spoke about their research at the Faculty Scholarship Reception on Feb. 22. The event took place in the James B. Duke Library. (Photo by Jeremy Fleming)

Anthony Ray Hinton spent nearly 30 years on Alabama’s death row before being exonerated in 2015 with the help of the Equal Justice Initiative. He spoke about his experiences on Feb. 27 to a capacity (and spellbound) crowd in McAlister Auditorium. His book, “The Sun Does Shine: How I Found Life and Freedom on Death Row,” is a New York Times Best Seller. (Photo by Jeremy Fleming)

The Furman Theatre presented Jim Leonard, Jr.’s “The Diviners” in The Playhouse on campus during February. The play, directed by Theatre Arts Professor Rhett Bryson, featured students James Riedy (left) as Ferris Layman and Andy Golla as Basil Bennett. (Photo by Jeremy Fleming)

The cast of “She Loves Me” took a bow after completing a performance of the musical last week. The Lyric Theatre, under the direction of professor Grant Knox, gave two performances of the romantic comedy in McAlister Auditorium on Feb. 14 and Feb. 16. (Photo by Jeremy Fleming)

The sun rises on the Furman campus in winter. (Photo by Jeremy Fleming)

Adare Smith ’20 led a walk on Jan. 29 from Furman Hall to Duke Library as part of an event she organized to recognize desegregation at Furman and celebrate Joseph Vaughn ’68, who became the university’s first African-American student on Jan. 29, 1965. (Photo by Jeremy Fleming)