Celebrated ensemble will perform works by Mozart, Beethoven, Dohnányi and Strauss 8 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 23 in Daniel Recital Hall.Read more
Naomi Tutu, daughter of South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu, presented "Truth and Reconciliation: Healing the Wounds of Racism."
Zachos is the Phi Beta Kappa Visiting Scholar. His visit is hosted by the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences.
Sophomore Willsey is an accomplished U.S. cyclocrosser and a Furman Business Administration major.
The award celebrates the memory of Jim Smart, a longtime Furman history professor (1967-1995) known for his passion for teaching and learning and dedication to student development.
Allison Meier of online arts publication talks to History professor Carolyn Day about how the fatal symptoms of tuberculosis became entwined with feminine ideals.
The Kent State University School of Art professor will display her work Jan. 15-Feb. 15. "Vanishing Points" explores our relationship to the natural world through print media and installation.
The Malone Center orchestrates a trip to Research Triangle Park to give 11 students a closer look at career and graduate school opportunities. Fran Ligler '73 plays host.
Owners George and Rich Hincapie put their cycling team through its paces at Greenville Health System and at Furman University.
Health Sciences graduate Nicholas Basinger '09 makes a move to horticultural science as a Ph.D. candidate at NC State University.