Forty-one leaders from each area have completed the Riley Institute's Diversity Leaders Initiative (DLI) class.
Rep. Weston Newton and Maj. Gen. Charles F. Bolden Jr. will be honored during a ceremony in Columbia Jan. 9 for excellence in legislative and civic leadership.
Furman welcomed more than 600 guests to campus Nov. 10–12 for Family Weekend 2017. Festivities kicked off with a pre-game tailgate featuring a band and BBQ, followed by a Furman football win over The Citadel. During the weekend, families were able to learn more about engaged learning opportunities available to students such as study away […]
"Climate Change is Real: Now What?" features a talk by former astronaut and head of NASA Charles Bolden.
Make Summer Count, a program that combats summer learning loss, has won the 2017 Dick and Tunky Riley WhatWorksSC Award for Excellence.
The weather was perfect and the Paladin football team did exactly what it was supposed to do as more than 3,000 Furman alums returned to campus this past weekend for Homecoming. In addition to a well-attended pep rally and bonfire on Friday night, the football team defeated Mercer, 28-21, which gave the Paladins five straight […]
The faculty members perform the music of Bach, Mendelssohn, Petr Eben, Robert Schumann and Louis Vierne at 8 p.m. in Daniel Recital Hall.
South Carolina Representatives Rita Allison (R-Spartanburg) and James Smith (D-Richland) will discuss public education at the WhatWorksSC award luncheon in Columbia.
Young American virtuoso Emerson performs in Daniel Chapel Thursday, Oct. 5. Tickets are $5-$15 for the Sound Quality Concert Series event.
The award celebrates education initiatives which improve the lives of students across South Carolina. Innovate!, Camp iRock, and Make Summer Count are the finalists.