More than 300 students worked in the community Monday as part of the university's MLK Day of Service.Read more
Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education ranks Furman No. 45 among the nation's best liberal arts colleges.
Hausmann, an associate professor of English, passed away Jan. 9 after a protracted illness. He left a powerful legacy for the students who entered his classroom.
In an unconventional classroom, Joy Owens ’14, director of the Historic Johnson Farm, teaches children about history and agriculture.
Furman’s hometown is among 52 places in the world that The New York Times says you might want to visit this year.
Former Finnish prime minister and Furman graduate Alexander Stubb '93 discusses populism and the future of liberal democracy in Europe.
We bring you 2016 in review through the images of university photographer Jeremy Fleming '08.
David Trone '77 built Total Wine & More into a $2.5 billion enterprise with 149 stores in 20 states.
2106 graduates Ashley McCollum and Rachael Weisinger are this year's winners of the Childers Education Foundation Teaching Excellence Award.
Justin Blackwell '05 loves his job, which is playing the pipe organ in Boston University's Marsh Chapel.