Skip to main content

Furman News

Top Stories

Eleanor Beardsley '86 pictured on the rooftop of the advertising firm Publicis with the Champs Élysées and the Arc de Triomphe in the background.

Today’s News, Tomorrow’s History

Eleanor Beardsley ’86 has been reporting from France as NPR's Paris-based correspondent since 2004.

University Communications receives CASE awards

"In the Kitchen at White Oaks," a part-recipe, part-history book written by First Gentleman Charles Davis, received the Grand Award for book design.

2018: The year in review

Look back at the events that shaped Furman in 2018.

alana biggers

Alana Biggers ’01—More than a woman in a white coat

Adaptability, perseverance and learning to deal with adversity--keys to success for Dr. Biggers.


Excerpts & Anecdotes

A digital highlight from the latest issue of Furman Magazine


The Comeback

In less than a year, soccer alum Marco Carrizales goes from player to franchise founder

Read more

Upcoming Events

See full event calendar

Furman In the News

Overcoming the disparities

Furman hosts a special forum sponsored by The Post and Courier that looks at education reform in South Carolina.

The Post and Courier

Where is he now?

Baseball America catches up with Furman athletics director Mike Buddie, who enjoyed a professional baseball career that spanned 13 seasons.

See more Furman in the news

Around the Lake

Here's a view of the Furman Bell Tower that you won't often experience. (Photo by Jeremy Fleming)