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So far this fall, the Furman mock trial team has participated in tournaments in Atlanta, Washington, D.C., Durham, Elon, Irvine, and Philadelphia. The extensive travel and countless hours of participation pay off for Furman Mock Trial, an extraordinarily popular program. With 18 straight bids to the American Mock Trial Association’s National Championship Tournament, Furman Mock Trial has […]
It has been said that many Furman students end up marrying each other, whether they graduate college together or find their way back to each other years later. Furman Homecoming was extra sweet for one couple this year- not only did they reunite with some of their fellow graduates, they also got engaged! David Ellington and Ashlyn Ayres, both Furman graduates from the class of 2013 began their relationship between the Furman gates: a place where traditions were created and a future was made.
So far this fall, the Furman mock trial team has participated in tournaments in Atlanta, Washington, D.C., Greensboro, and Philadelphia. And later this month, the team will travel to California and Duke University. The extensive travel and countless hours of participation pay off for Furman Mock Trial, an extraordinarily popular program. With 18 straight […]
Fresh off their second straight Southern Conference titles, the Paladin men’s and women’s teams will compete in the Southeast Regional Championships on Nov. 14 in Louisville, Ky. There are nine regional meets, and the top two finishers in each earn automatic bids to the NCAA Championships to be held Nov. 22 in Terre Haute, Ind. Thirteen schools also receive at-large bids.
Every fall, our admission counselors hit the road to meet with prospective students and their families. Our counselors attend college fairs, host admission receptions, and have one-on-one conversations with you. To find out when we’ll be in your area, visit our counselor travel page.
In Europe, a strong-armed leader, perceiving weakness among Western allies, moves to take over a smaller, weaker country. The economy is stagnant. Political strife is rampant. Far right political parties promote hatred against minority groups. Sound familiar? “It looks a whole lot like 1926 and 1936,” says political science professor Brent Nelson, Ph.D. Yet it also […]
Kate Causey ’17 has always wanted to pursue a career in mathematics. But she didn’t fully appreciate the number of opportunities in her chosen field until she met the world’s most famous mouse. Causey was one of 12 students to participate in the “Math and the Mouse” May Experience, a three-week course that took the […]
The Furman Rugby team will launch the fall season Saturday with contests against the University of Georgia and Georgia Tech. The team, coming off third-place finishes in both 15s and 7s last year in the 12-member Southern Rugby Conference, lost only two starters to graduation. The squad is composed 8 freshmen, 8 sophomores, 5 juniors […]
Nothing kills a family vacation like waiting in line for an amusement park ride. The good news: There might be a mathematical solution. For the “Math and the Mouse” May Experience course, Furman’s math department took 12 students to Disney World’s Epcot to study the park’s waiting lines, ride times and distances between attractions. Their […]
Carl Kohrt ’65, who served as Interim President in 2013-14, has provided a smooth transition for incoming President Elizabeth Davis. Although by now she has visited the campus many times, this week is the official beginning of Elizabeth Davis’s tenure as Furman University’s president. She is the twelfth leader in the school’s history. Since the […]