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Skies of Fire #1 & #2 Comic Review - This One Is Hot

Following on from my adventures at Glasgow’s Comic-Con, which you can read about here, I promised four comic-book/graphic novel reviews. Here’s the second of them. 1,123 more words


Stardust, 2015 Poetry Editor’s Choice Award Winner

By Britt Viergever, Contributor

I learned in biology class

that the material that makes

the great coral reefs

is the same that makes our

skeletons. 94 more words


Davis’ Vision Shaping into Reality with New Implementations

By Courtney Such and Jake Crouse, Editor in Chief, Copy Editor

Sixteen months into her new role, President Elizabeth Davis, Ph.D. is ready to begin implementing her Furman visions, specifically focusing on widening the community and increasing enrollment knowledge, according to a recent email sent to the Furman community Mon., Sept. 560 more words


ITS Responds to Server Problems

By Amanda Richey, News Editor

Students experienced some extended issues in accessing MyFurman in September; what started as a simple miscommunication between servers became a larger issue with Internet browsers, requiring Information Technology Services (ITS) staff and student workers to respond on social media. 419 more words


Furman Dining Undergoing Changes With Food Service Provider

By Amanda Richey & Kathleen Smith, News Editor, Contributor

Recent controversy over a summer termination of Aramark employee Rick Enloe highlighted a difference between working “at” Furman and working “for” Furman to the student body. 543 more words


Career Services Gets University-Wide Promotion

By Amanda Richey, News Editor

The Malone Career Center has made some changes to its programming for the 2015-16 school year. In addition to the creation of a new administrative position, these changes present new approaches to connecting Furman students to their careers. 519 more words


#BlackLivesMatter Co-founder Visits Furman

By Tristan De La Cruz, Contributor

Students filed in at 8 p.m. Sept. 15 to hear a CLP talk: “#BlackLivesMatter: The New Civil Rights Movement.” The event was put together over the course of a few months by the school’s NAACP, EROS and SLBC chapters with help from the Student Diversity Council. 472 more words