Tickets are no longer available for the event that includes Sen. Tim Scott and Rep. Trey Gowdy. The candidates' conversation will be recorded and posted on the Furman website following the event.Read more
Furman political science professor David Fleming will discuss how political polarization is affecting the presidential race when he speaks at the High Noon lecture series Oct. 19.
The new strategic vision, which will transform the student experience, combines a liberal arts education with immersive experiences outside the classroom.
An editorial in the local newspaper endorses the efforts of three Furman students who are challenging a voter registration policy in Greenville County.
After participating in the American Enterprise Institute Summer Scholars program in D.C., John Bleed ’17 wanted to bring AEI back to Furman.
Furman senior John Bleed writes an op-ed about bringing an influential speaker to campus.
Communication Studies professor Brandon Inabinet talks about how Clinton and Trump fared in the debate and what Furman students thought of the candidates’ performances.
Three Furman students are challenging a local policy that prevents them from voting where they attend school.
Dr. Hochschild speaks about political implications of class-in-race inequality. Her talk is part of the Phi Beta Kappa Visiting Scholars program.
Political science professor Brent Nelsen will open the fall series with a talk about Britain's exit from the European Union.