When her opportunity for a coveted pediatric oncology internship seemed to be slipping away, Madison Ritter's Furman mentors went to batRead more
The 24-hour celebration generated 1,932 individual gifts and allowed Furman alumni, parents and friends from all over the world to connect to the university through social media.
For the third consecutive year, Furman uses the last day of classes to celebrate "Dins Day" and all things purple.
Ten prominent Furman alumni tackled complex issues at the two-day symposium, "Safe and Free: Civil Liberties and the Fight for National Security."
The new program will place full-time college advisers in the seven high schools in Lancaster and Chester counties to help students navigate the often complex process of applying to college.
The university held induction ceremonies earlier this spring for 66 students who were elected to the nation’s most prestigious academic society.
Furman alum and NPR Lead Digital Political Reporter Jessica Taylor '07 will speak at the university's High Noon lecture series Wednesday, April 12.
After earning a master's degree at Harvard, alum Ben Saul '13 is back in Greenville working with middle school students who have fallen behind in math.
His solution to a freshman-year challenge set the trajectory of Maj. Gen. Chris Ballard's distinguished military career.
In an op-ed, President Elizabeth Davis writes that colleges and universities must teach the responsibilities of citizenship.