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Do you listen to boring music? It is time to change that.
The "Love is Blind" survey was a hit on campus, and raises important questions about social life at Furman in a pandemic.
Scott Johnson is a voice major, and he is striving to use his talents to change the world.
Departments work together to produce a project as unconventional as it is exciting.
While times still seem dark, the lights of the Warehouse Theatre are still shining, even if it may be through the screen of a laptop.
This show succeeded in bringing people together at a time when connection is almost impossible, and in doing so, it kept the tradition of live theater at Furman alive.
I challenged Furman students to submit their favorite known and unknown takeout spots. Here's what I found...
Paladin Ink meets every week to write, imagine, and find friendship.
Despite these unprecedented circumstances, music students are looking on the bright side.
Perhaps the biggest effect of these new dining measures is the lack of community that has resulted in the student body.
Love and Information will run every night at 7:00PM from Sept. 22-27 and will be offered as a CLP credit for students.
People are coming together in an attempt to bring music back and stop the slew of venues closing down.
Music has always fostered connection, but how has music streaming expanded this connection since the advent of the pandemic?
Furman’s marching band was hoping to be back on the field this fall, but with COVID-19’s disruption of daily life, the Paladin Regiment has been forced to rethink its plans.
In a period of uncertainty and constant change, consumers are finding comfort in a more consistent, personal, and hands-on approach to food.
It is truly a testament to the enduring nature of this art form and its artists that such diverse and vibrant musical communities can exist entirely online.
The theatre arts department had to think outside the box in order to continue their Main Stage Season.
As the COVID-19 crisis continues into this Fall, the Furman Theatre department is getting creative in order to host auditions and stage performances for the Fall 2020 Main Stage Season.
The absence of both of the social and practical aspects of life on campus will create challenges for music majors, but many are finding creative ways to grow their talent during this time.