The new health science facility opening downtown in fall of 2016 will house several new programs to FMU.
Some of the University of South Carolina Greenville (USC) 3rd and 4th year medical students will be spending... READ MORE »
The Office Multicultural Affairs and The Multicultural Advisory Board (MAB) presented a Hispanic Heritage Month program, “Aqui Estamos, Here We Are,” on Monday, Sept. 14 in the Lowrimore Auditorium.
This year,... Read More »
On Thursday, Sept. 17, approximately 35 students gathered to attend a Writing Center workshop on strategies to avoid plagiarism in the Lowrimore Auditorium.
Dr. Jennifer Kunka is the director of the Writing Center... Read More »
On Sept. 16 at Career Connections, a group that helps students prepare for their careers, two guest speakers came to speak to students about not having to know their career in their 20s.
Dr. Hari Rajagopalan, a professor... Read More »
Junior music industry major and Germany native Daniel Gogolin has embraced the study abroad program provided by FMU and has decided to transfer for the remainder of his college career.
As a music major... Read More »
While he has pursued a career and an education in political science, professor of politcal science, Richard Almeida, found enjoyment and inspiration in different aspects of life away from government and... Read More »
After graduating from FMU in 2014, LaQuaan Malachi used his history degree in a less traditional manner and enrolled in Candler School of Theology at Emory University in Atlanta, Ga.
Growing up in Bennettsville,... Read More »
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