Tags » ~Issue 6

Parabolic

by Neal Dachstadter

The line of lights above a bar,

A sine of sights, of things that are,

The balance one ought mind and keep; 7 more words

FreeFall

What Happens After a Timely Warning? FU Police Department Addresses Sexual Assault

By McKenna Luzynski, Contributor

Furman students received a timely warning email from Furman University Police Department (FUPD) Chief Tom Saccenti at 10:02 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 2. 1,299 more words

News

Registration Undergoes Changes

By Leslie Brooks, News Editor

Sophomores, juniors and seniors recently finished registering for spring semester classes under a new system. While many upperclassmen were anxious about registering for courses the apprehension might be unfounded: the new class registration system is similar to previous years. 280 more words

News

Furman Announces Community-Focused Health Institute

By Kayla Wiles, Columnist

President Elizabeth Davis’s Furman Advantage announcement last month unveiled an initiative to better connect students with the Greenville community. For students pursuing health careers, this connection is the new Institute for the Advancement of Community Health (IACH). 551 more words

News

We Are Furman: A Homecoming Panel Discussing Diversity

By Juliane Glahn, Contributor

Students and faculty from different walks of life came together to speak about, listen to and discuss their identities and experiences with diversity at Furman at a student panel called “We Are Furman” Tuesday Nov. 452 more words

News

On the Anniversary of the Paris Terrorist Attacks

By Junyang Chai, Contributor

It was supposed to be a relaxing Friday night for me when the Bataclan attack happened last year. I was taking a break from studying and working during my Brussels study abroad program, just having dinner with my new noona — the Korean word for elder sister — Jiwon, in a Korean restaurant that evening. 1,230 more words

Opinions

Syria Misrepresented in Global News

By Andrew Teye, Staff Writer

I spent most of my childhood in Damascus, Syria, a place of rich culture, friendly and outgoing people and amazing food with a wide array of endemic Arabian spices. 604 more words

Opinions