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Adrian Marcogliese offloads  against the 49ers. (photo by Deborah Miller)

Furman muscles past UNCC 13-5

Furman fought past a physical UNC-Charlotte team 13-5 Thursday night in a game that paves the way for the Paladins to capture the Western Division of the Southern Rugby Conference Both the 49ers (4-1) and Paladins (6-0) entered game with undefeated records by crushing their opponents with lopsided wins.  In the first night college rugby […]

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Adam Miller breaks free for a try for the Paladins. (photo by Deborah Miller)

Furman rushes past Gamecocks, next up: UNCC

The Furman rugby team continued its winning ways by posting an impressive 44-14 win over Division I South Carolina at Roberts Field Saturday. The Paladins were originally scheduled to host the Gamecocks’ second team. But a last minute cancellation by Vanderbilt paved the way for USC to front up with their best team. Both squads […]


Join Us for a Special Event

The Furman community and public are invited to attend a special announcement on campus Wednesday, Oct. 5 at 11:30 a.m. A picnic on the lawn will follow the announcement.

Furman professor meeting with students

The No. 1 school in South Carolina

What makes Furman University one of the nation’s leading liberal arts and sciences colleges? We believe it’s our personalized academic path. Our educational model creates a four-year pathway for students, combining learning with real-world experiences and self-discovery. That’s made an impression on our peers: Academics No. 1 liberal arts university in South Carolina (U.S. News & World Report) No. […]


Brexit and Everything After

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.