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Registration is now open for the networking reception, which will bring together nearly 300 students, alumni, parents, faculty and employers.
A recurring theme of tuberculosis as "an easy and beautiful way to die" spurred Furman History professor's research.
30 works of art by UES students, staff and faculty are featured in "Various Selves: Identity and Identities" on display in Baiden Gallery, Herring Center.
A travel magazine counts Furman's hometown of Greenville among the 15 best cities with populations under one million.
The hour-long performance showcases a wide range of contemporary music. It takes place Saturday, Oct. 28 at 8 p.m. in Daniel Recital Hall. Tickets are $5.
Nine faculty members will perform a diverse program of Romantic music by Richard Wagner, Gabriel Fauré, Edvard Grieg, Kurt Atterburg and Paul Richards.
The concert of traditional choral repertoire is conducted by Hugh Ferguson Floyd, Vivian Hamilton and Rusty Keesler.
Praise is lavished on Greenville for what it has to offer, and Furman's Music by the Lake Concert Series is included in the list of many reasons to visit.
The proposed monument would be unlike any other in the state. History professor Steve O'Neill questions the motives of the lawmakers.