May
19

Board of Trustees to consider COVID procedures

The he University’s Board of Trustees will consider new COVID-19 procedures at its upcoming board meeting.

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May
17

FMU great Moore gains entry to Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame

Francis Marion University women’s basketball great Pearl Moore has been named to the 2021 induction class for the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Mass. 

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May
17

New FMU student body president aspires for more involvement

Francis Marion University students will have a lot of opportunities to get involved with the FMU Student Government Association next year. 

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May
12

University Place Gallery hosting two new exhibitions

FMU’s downtown Florence art gallery, University Place Gallery, will host two next exhibitions beginning this week focusing on presenting nature in unique ways. 

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May
11

Tickets now available for unique Allman Betts Band ‘double concert’

It’s last call for tickets for the Allman Betts Band unusual, two-concert stop at the Francis Marion University Performing Arts Center on Thursday, May 27.

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May
08

Four graduates receive FMU’s prestigious Blackwell Award

Francis Marion University graduates John Burghardt, Thomas Dixon, Jimmy Jagdish Patel, and Sara Wilkerson received the William H. Blackwell Award during spring commencement exercises on Friday, May 7, and Saturday, May 8. 

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May
08

FMU graduates largest class ever at spring ’21 commencement

Francis Marion University celebrated the largest graduating class in school history at three, in-person commencement ceremonies held May 7 and 8 in the Smith University Center on the FMU campus. 

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May
08

MBA at 83? No problem for retired DuPont engineer

Frank Steinkruger was retired from his first career long before most members of Francis Marion University’s spring graduating class were born. 

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May
05

Neal leaves FMU prepped for the desk or the cockpit

Most college students come to campus with their heads in the clouds. Derek Neal (’21) was no different. Well, he was actually very different.

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May
05

FMU’s Gamble receives prestigious grad school offers

Anquan Gamble (’21) was always fascinated with computers, coding, and anything related to cyberspace, but he never thought he’d be able to make a career of it.

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May
05

SGA president leaves a personal, public legacy at FMU

Ty Robinson (’21) says Francis Marion University will always have a special place in his heart.

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May
04

The sky’s the limit — or not — for FMU double major Morris

FMU grad James Morris (’21) has always enjoyed tinkering with mechanical objects and solving mathematical problems. He just had a knack.

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