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Furman University

Geographic Polarization Has a Home at Furman

A microcosm of a divisive national trend has manifested itself amongst the culture of campus life.
Brittani Burns

An Alternative Perspective to the Diversity Petition

We stand united on one front to change people's awareness about diversity. An alternative view on the issue puts it into perspective.
Furman University

Rush Needs Re-Evaluating

An entirely virtual recruitment is unnecessary and detrimental to PNMs. Greek Life organizations must reconsider this hasty decision.
Furman Athletics

Signing Day 2020: Furman Adding Talent

As Furman sports gear up for action in 2021, this incoming class of 2025 will add to the growing excitement surrounding the future of Furman athletics

Green Living Certification

Furman Eco-Reps have launched a new initiative to promote sustainable living on campus.
Catherine Dawes

Two Sexual Assaults Reported on Campus: Victims Knew Assailants

The vast majority of sexual assaults reported on campus involve individuals who know each other.
Furman University

Let's Talk About Rush

Rush is already problematic and new changes have the potential to further corrupt the system.

COVID Dashboard Update: Campus Sees Highest Positivity Rate Yet

Furman students are set to go home for winter break just as the positivity rate on campus reaches new heights.

New Music Monday

Are you bored of your music? It is time to change that.
Furman News

Furman Innovation & Entrepreneurship to Host SC Innovates 2020

SC Innovates 2020 is the first statewide pitch competition of its kind in South Carolina.
Furman Athletics

Furman Volleyball Announces Spring Schedule

With other teams in the SOCON losing some of their top talent, The Paladins are a dark horse to win the conference.

In the Wake of the Presidential Election, We Have Much to Learn from Each Other

We should not be so quick to disregard Joe Biden’s call for unity.

A Historical Election for Minorities in America

Joe Biden's victory represents a step towards equality and equity in America.

New Horizons Discovered in Quarantine

A classic videogame has gained new relevance during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Furman Athletics

Furman Should Proceed with Caution After Announcement of Phased Approach to Fans Attending Basketball Games

It is reasonable for fans to want to attend sporting events this spring, but it could put completing the season at risk.
Shi Institute

The Shi Institute Heralds a New Chapter in Sustainability at Furman

Dr. Westen Dripps discusses the Shi Institute's renaming and new structure.

We Need to Approach Diversity and Inclusion Differently

True diversity and inclusion cannot be achieved through compulsion; it only occurs in community.
Furman Athletics

There’s No Place Like Home for the Quarantine: Furman Soccer’s Shaun Joash (‘23)

International student athletes face unique challenges this winter break as COVID-19 cases rise around the world.

Triumph, Disaster, and Progress: COVID-19 and the 2020 Election

Joe Biden’s victory is a Triumph amid an ongoing Disaster.
Katelyn Powell

What this Fraud Means for Furman's Diversity Effort

Dr. Sharp's actions are harmful, but they do not need to define our future.

COVID-19 Dashboard Update: Cases Jump After Halloween Pub Crawl Leads to Mandatory Testing of Upperclassmen

An Oct. 31 pub crawl in downtown Greenville prompted Furman to test all on-campus juniors and seniors.

This Election is Generation Defining

This election ought to re-shape our political identities and re-structure our future.
Patrick Rice

"Don't Look Too Good:" Patrick Rice on Exploring Musical Styles in His New EP

A Furman senior rediscovers his love for bluegrass on a new EP.

New Music Monday

Do you listen to boring music? It is time to change that.
Furman Athletics

Jordan Lyons Pro Season Update

The Paladin caught up with former Paladin basketball star Jordan Lyons about his first professional season in Latvia.
Evan Myers

Mandatory Testing For Juniors and Seniors Following Halloween Pub Crawl

Administrators and students react to the allegation that roughly 100 Furman students attended a "pub crawl" in downtown Greenville on Halloween.

Students Should Be Disappointed in Furman's Shameful Response to a National News Story

Furman has swept Dr. Sharp's story under the rug and is hoping that no one on campus will notice. Students should hold the administration accountable.

How a Halloween Pub Crawl Should Remind Us to Think Differently About Freedom

In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, understanding the true nature of freedom is more important than ever.
Dr. Gil Allen

Two Books, Two Genres: Dr. Gil Allen's Upcoming Double Book Launch

Dr. Gil Allen discusses his upcoming double book release scheduled for Nov. 10.
Furman Athletics

Furman Football Schedule Brings Excitement but Also Risk and Anxiety for Players

Football is back, but some players are worried and unhappy with the announcement of a spring season.
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