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After spending 40 years at Furman, Dr. John Beckford had some advice for the graduates at the university's summer commencement exercises.
In a Q & A, Dr. Brent Nelsen talks about the Brexit vote, Britain’s place in the world and the future of the European project.
With seven league championships to its credit, Furman's 2015-16 athletic year proved to be the best in more than a decade.
Evelyn comes to Furman from the University of Florida, where he has served as Associate Vice President for Strategic Communications and Marketing since 2014.
A short story from the book, "The Final Days of Great American Shopping," by Gilbert Allen.
The 19th-ranked Paladins finished in fourth place at the NCAA Regional in Bryan, Texas, earning a spot in the NCAA Championship in Oregon later this month.
Lindsay, a rape survivor, shared her story and challenged common misconceptions about rape and rape victims during a special CLP event this month .
Michael Tudora, an 11-year Canadian rugby player and team captain, has committed to Furman and will enroll in the fall. Tudora, son of Alex and Michelle Tudora, attends Donald A Wilson Secondary School in Ontario. He has played for the Ajax Wanderers, a club team, since 2005. A versatile athlete, Tudora (6’2, 205 pounds) has […]
In 1474 in Medieval Europe, a rooster (a male chicken) was put on trial for “the heinous and unnatural crime of laying an egg”. Inside the egg, the villagers believed was a cockatrice, a mythical beast with the head of a rooster and the body of a dragon or serpent. While society has since moved […]