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Patriot baseballer Crowe voted CPL All-Star

Jessica Imbimbo, Editor-in-Chief

As both catcher and third baseman for the Francis Marion University (FMU) Patriot baseball team, J.D. Crowe was selected to play in the Coastal Plain League... READ MORE »»

Caption: Crowe appeared in 52 games for the Columbia Blowfish this summer. He had both the most runs and hits on the team.

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Jadia at the Movies: Summer’s box office hits are Marvel-ous

Jadia Smith, Staff Writer

It’s been a Marvel-ous summer, eh? Of course I’m a big Marvel fan, so I was promptly at the theater on August 1 to see the premiere of “Guardians... READ MORE »»

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FMU students, faculty visit Washington, D.C.

Lauren Cole, Staff Writer

Over the summer, 23 students and five faculty members from Francis Marion University (FMU) traveled to Washington D.C., to spend a week exploring, touring... READ MORE »»

Caption: Patriots strike a pose outside the White House during their visit to our nation's capital.

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Professor Spotlight Dr. Jon Tuttle: Distinguished professor finds strength in rejection

Lauren Cole, Staff Writer

Professor of English and Coordinator of International Studies, Jon Tuttle, has been teaching at Francis Marion University (FMU) since 1990. Not only is... READ MORE »»

Caption: Tuttle didn't always pursue a career in writing. He originally studied journalism at the University of Utah.

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Health sciences move downtown: New facility construction to begin in 2015

Rebecca Cross, Assistant Editor

Plans to build a new health science facility in downtown Florence are underway. The building will house and hold classes for Francis Marion University... READ MORE »»

Caption: Located at the intersection above, the now demolished Trust building will be reborn as the new health science facility for FMU students.

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Mount Pleasant campus begins classes

Joshua Lloyd, Managing Editor

Francis Marion University’s (FMU) satellite campus, in the community Mount Pleasant of Charleston, SC, has begun fall classes for the first time ever; specifically for registered... read story

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Patriot faculty welcomes 15 new members

Lauren Cole, Staff Writer

On August 15, 2014, Francis Marion University (FMU) welcomed 15 new faculty members into its ranks. The new faculty members were treated to a complimentary breakfast, a full... read story

August 27, 2014 • 0 comments

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18 inducted into ODK Honor Society

Professor LeRoy Peterson, Contributing Writer

Sixteen Francis Marion University (FMU) students and two faculty and staff members were initiated into the Omicron Delta Kappa (ODK) Leadership Honor Society during its Spring... read story

August 27, 2014 • 0 comments

New MBA program open to all undergraduates

Joshua Lloyd, Managing Editor

Francis Marion University is now accepting students into its newly designed Master’s of Business Administration (MBA) program, the only business graduate degree at the school. The... read story

August 27, 2014 • 0 comments

Donation funds education and health ventures

Rebecca Cross, Assistant Editor

During a lunch outing this summer, James S. “Jim” Konduros handed Francis Marion University (FMU) President Dr. Fred Carter a check for $500,000. Konduros is the chairman... read story

August 27, 2014 • 0 comments

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FMU women’s soccer kicks into high gear

Jessica Imbimbo, Editor-in-Chief

The Francis Marion University (FMU) women’s soccer team looks to turn things around in the 2014 season (LEAD WILL CHANGE FOLLOWING THE RESULTS OF THE HOME OPENER) Last year,... read story

August 27, 2014 • 0 comments

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Lady Patriot volleyball set to break new records

Jessica Imbimbo, Editor-in-Chief

The Francis Marion University (FMU) women’s volleyball team begins their preseason practices, hoping to make a run at a record-breaking season for the second consecutive... read story

August 27, 2014 • 0 comments

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