The report, “Hispanics in Greenville,” found that 90 percent of participants expect their children to be better off than they are.
Nomonde Gila ’19, who is South African, sought to inform Americans about the millions of young African women without access to education.
Brian Boda '14 helps Furman's 40-year-old Washington Internship Program get an update.
Law Career Trek gives pre-law seniors Gunner Hedden ’19 and Kevin Hills ’19 the opportunity to hear oral arguments in person in Washington, D.C.
The Paladin Career Trek program gives students the opportunity to meet alumni mentors and explore a wide range of fields in New York City.
Recent grads give back through College Advising Corps.
Students use photos and interviews for sustainability research in Costa Rica.
Students collaborate with New York theater company.
English students contribute recordings, analysis to digital collection
Ansley Ulmer ’18 is going to Hawaii the week before graduation. But she’s not getting an early start on celebrating. Ulmer is traveling to present at the annual meeting of the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology. She’ll be sharing her research on a treatment for uveal melanoma – or cancer formed in the […]