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I know for a fact that I wouldn't be where I am currently without the guidance and encouragement offered by the Engaged Living community.
http://www2.furman.edu/studentlife/engaged-living/Pages/Carrie-Seigler.aspx
Engaged Living
  
All in all, Engaged Living was just a great extra help to introduce me to the world of Furman.
http://www2.furman.edu/studentlife/engaged-living/Pages/Daniel-Hoilett.aspx
Engaged Living
  
Without the Engaged Living Program, I would not have had the enriched Furman experience that I did and would not be the man I am today.
http://www2.furman.edu/studentlife/engaged-living/Pages/Reston-Hartsell.aspx
Engaged Living
  
Everyday I use my political science degree. 
http://www2.furman.edu/academics/politicalscience/Pages/Sharon-Hirsch.aspx
Political Science
  
As a student, I was irrevocably politicized by the history of El Salvador.
http://www2.furman.edu/academics/politicalscience/Pages/Ali-Boyd.aspx
Political Science
  
We provided life-saving assistance to as many as ten million refugees annually around the world.
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Political Science
  
When you grow up in an environment where you see all black people all the time, then go to a school where you see all white people all the time, then you have got to—somehow—figure out who you are.
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Commemorating Desegregation at Furman
  
I knew Joe [Vaughn] very well. We socialized a lot, and we were both members of the Southern Student Organizing Committee. He was a pioneer.
http://www2.furman.edu/about/commemorating-desegregation-at-furman/Pages/June-Manning-Thomas.aspx
Commemorating Desegregation at Furman
  
The students at Furman made me feel welcome...It also shows that people of various and varying backgrounds can live together peacefully and can serve as a model for the rest of this country.
http://www2.furman.edu/about/commemorating-desegregation-at-furman/Pages/Joseph-Allen-Vaughn.aspx
Commemorating Desegregation at Furman