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Seven-four Furman students joined the school's chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, the nation’s oldest and most prestigious academic society.
Leonard will speak on “Baptists and the Bible, Slavery and the Lost Cause: Inseparable Hermeneutics of Racism.”
The Associated Colleges of the South publishes Furman's progress on a study exploring its ties to slavery.
Manie Robinson wraps up his five-week role as Professional-in-Residence for the communication studies department.
The second annual Faculty Scholarship Reception showcased over 130 examples of scholarly and creative works by 70 faculty members.
Speakers from the Furman community and invited guests question key assumptions about climate change, criminal justice, health care, religion and addiction.
Eugene Stone Soccer Stadium is now the home field for Greenville's new professional soccer club.
Freshman Johnpaul Sleiman and friends orchestrate a debate on campus that drew nearly 200 students from 16 high schools across the Carolinas.
The students represent 36 states and 13 foreign countries, including South Carolina, Alaska, Maine, China, Jamaica and the United Kingdom.