Furman's Akan Malici and Paul Thomas, and Clemson's Todd May participated in "Public Responsibility of Scholars" Sept. 21. Paul Hyde of the News has the story.Read more
Hancock presents the first of four Tocqueville lectures. His talk, "Christianity and the Political Life," takes place 5 p.m., Oct. 2 in Johns Hall 101.
The Riley Institute and International Affairs and Politics department host Henry Louis Gates, Jr. in “Black America Since MLK" Monday, Sept. 18.
Furman President Elizabeth Davis welcomed the freshman class and Dean of the Faculty Ken Peterson delivered the convocation address.
Politics and International Affairs professor Akan Malici weighs in on Trump's ability to steer the ship of state.
Anthony and Olivia Esquivel open Copa Indoor Soccer near Berea. But recreation is just part of the story.
Katherine West and her sister object to construction signs that don't take into account female workers.
The James B. Duke Professor of Asian Studies and Politics and International Affairs at Furman told the graduates to explore and be prepared for a whole new world.
Professor Kate Kaup will serve as speaker as the university awards approximately 60 undergraduate and graduate degrees during the exercises.
Professor Danielle Vinson is quoted in an article that looks at President Trump's first six months in office.