Moving past Furman’s spring semester and into summer, our Advance Team students continue to host thoughtful virtual conversations with experts about COVID-19’s impact. This is the fourth video in our series.
As South Carolina moves toward reopening, legislators like Rep. Neal Collins are weighing concerns on both sides of an intensifying debate about public health and the economy.
Collins, a 2004 Furman graduate who represents District 5, speaks with Advance Team members about what the state is doing to expand testing and meet the needs of students and teachers as well as communities of color.
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