Unearthing the past: Furman reckons with early leadership

It was Dec. 19, 1860, when a young student at Furman University gathered with a group of friends who called themselves “The Invisibles” to torment a Jewish man before running him out of town.

As he wept, they shaved his head, cut his ear, and told him to leave Greenville.

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