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A local Orange County, Fla. newspaper speaks with Hardy '91 who has a passion for providing medical services for the poor and uninsured.
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.”
History professor Carolyn Day will explain how it was fashionable to look like you were dying of tuberculosis in the Victorian period.
Donaldson's talk, "The Evidence of Things Not Seen: Remembering & Reconstructing the African American Past," takes place Wednesday at 6 p.m. in Patrick Lecture Hall.
Duke University's Office of the Provost presents "American Universities, Monuments, and the Legacies of Slavery" March 30-31
The Associated Colleges of the South publishes Furman's progress on a study exploring its ties to slavery.
The second annual Faculty Scholarship Reception showcased over 130 examples of scholarly and creative works by 70 faculty members.
President Trump nominates alum Thomas Cullen '00 to become U.S. attorney for the Western District of Virginia.