FMU campus prepares for Hurricane Matthew

Rebekah Davis, Assistant Editor

October 5, 2016

As preparation on campus for Hurricane Matthew continues, FMU officials announced emergency procedures and precautions students could take before the storm hits. “The university is making preparations in anticipation of Hurricane...

FMU police arrest man for forgery

Rachel Droze, Editor-in-Chief

February 8, 2016

FMU Campus Police arrested a 20-year-old man Jan. 28 for forgery after finding eight counterfeit $100 bills in his possession, according to a campus police report. The report said Justin Scott Daniels of Florence, a non-student,...

PAC hosts art festival

PAC hosts art festival

April 22, 2015

Student playwrights wanted for 4Plays

Contributed Article from Dr. Jon Tuttle

November 22, 2014

Two years ago, Francis Marion University’s (FMU) V-Week committee sponsored The 4Plays, an evening of short, student-written plays dealing with sexual health and identity. They were so successful and well-attended that they...

FMU “thinks like a man”

Katrina Moses, Staff Writer

November 22, 2014

There was banter and laughter heard on the first floor of the Leatherman Science Facility Thursday, Nov. 13, as students gave their opinion on relationships, with Sigma Gamma Rho's “Think like a Man” event. Athavia Melvin,...

Citizen donates $1 million to university

Joshua Lloyd, Managing Editor

November 22, 2014

The Margaret McLamb Grimsby Trust recently made a generous donation of $1,022,039.67 to the university. The funds will go towards establishing The Margaret McLamb Grimsby and Eva Bradford Scholarship for need-based students,...

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