Socio-Cultural History of Furman Lake
City and State
Greenville, South Carolina
A six minute, twenty second audio recording created by Furman students from the COM-95 class that describes the cultural significance of the Furman Lake, and it's importance to the Furman Community. Alumni and students reflect on the social history of the lake, sharing memories of recreational events and Furman Lake traditions, like being thrown into the lake on your birthday. It concludes with a call to restore the lake's environmental integrity.
Furman University, Environmental sciences, Lakes, Lake restoration, Ecological integrity, Sound recordings
Burry, Caye; Cain, Erin; Tanner, Steph; and Huntsberger, Michael, "Socio-Cultural History of Furman Lake" (2008). Furman Lake Restoration Book Gallery. 1.
Additional Affiliated Department, Center or Institute
Biology, Communication Studies, Earth and Environmental Science
Biology | Earth Sciences | Environmental Sciences
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