GVL STARTS builds on the success of Furman’s Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
Claire Whitlinger contributes to an article about how a town in Mississippi has transformed since the 1964 murders of three civil rights workers.
Neuroscientist Erin Wamsley offers her thoughts on a new study about lucid dreaming.
Nick Radel says White's storytelling and his tight-knit group of friends who came of age in the 1950s helped change attitudes toward same-sex relationships in the U.S.
The City of Greenville pays tribute to Councilwoman Lillian Brock Flemming, one of the first Black women to enroll at Furman.
Can a single key issue draw Republican and Independent voters to support Democratic Party candidate Cunningham? Brent Nelsen weighs in.
Since 2010, the CCC has helped more than 160 low- and moderate-income homes in Greenville become more energy efficient.
The Joseph and Carolyn Warden Endowed Scholarship bears their name and their legacy.
Author, running coach and health sciences chair Bill Pierce has tips to help keep shins pain-free.
Whyte, sculptor of the Joseph A. Vaughn statue on campus, receives national recognition.