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Debate over the Cultural Life Program reached a fever pitch last spring after a provocative CLP event foregrounded what some faculty saw as problems serious enough to consider suspending the nearly 40-year-old program. What remains unclear is why the shift took place and whether the program’s problems have been solved. The answer depends on how ...
On Thur., Feb. 14, after a week of student protests, Ron Thompson, Director of Housing and Residence Life sent an email to students taking back his previous proposal and announcing the new housing lottery adjustments. There are currently no major changes made. The policy states that students studying away in the fall may reserve their ...
Last month, the Faculty Senate unanimously approved revisions to the Asian Studies major that, among other changes, gives students the option to forgo language study. The Senate also approved the Asian Studies department’s proposal to create two new majors in Chinese Studies and Japanese Studies targeted at students who desire to focus exclusively on the ...
The trees at Furman are an iconic feature. They provide a beauty which has students smiling even on the way to their 8:30s. But as it turns out, many of these trees are diseased. According to Bruce Fox, Furman’s chief horticulturist, there is disease among the trees, and we are reaching a state where some of ...
Anonymous harassing text messages have been sent out to students. The texts, ranging from inappropriate and harassing to just gossipy, are sent from random Google numbers. In several cases, the person (or persons) responsible impersonated students on campus.
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- Furman Equestrian Team Prepares for Upcoming IHSA Show
- Kappa Sigma From the Beginning
- The Basics of Being A Campus Ambassador
- What Does Acceptance Say About Us?
David Morgan, Professor of French at Furman University, died on Wednesday, February 6, 2013 after an extended struggle with liver disease.
There’s a new frat in town: Alpha Phi Omega. And while they call themselves a fraternity, they are actually a co-ed group of students that participate in service projects in the Greenville community.
Last week marked a big step for the Greek community of Furman as the Inter-Fraternity Council and Panhellenic joined forces to conduct our campus’ first ever “Greek Week.”
Spending the weekend in Greenville? Here are some tips.
The men’s basketball team continues their losing streak. They are entering into their final games of the season, hoping to pull out a win.