Thirty-six members of the Class of 2018 are recognized.
Former Governor of South Carolina and U.S. Secretary of Education Richard W, Riley '54 applauds the New Tech Network school model.
Spring break for 10 Furman men's soccer players was not typical, but neither are these young men.
Travis Perry '92 established the Furman Cougar Project in 2008. Since then, over 30 Furman undergraduates have participated in the New Mexico program.
The grant awarded to Furman's Institute for the Advancement of Community Health addresses Greenville's senior adult population.
Stax Original Restaurant gets a makeover courtesy of Furman May X students taking part in "Art and Community Engagement."
Since the program was launched in 1997, nearly 500 Greenville County students, including the newest class, have participated in Bridges to a Brighter Future.
Gonzalo Baeza offers a glowing review of "Jaws of Life" by English professor Laura Leigh Morris.
Launched in 2002 by the Riley Institute, EPL is an intensive, statewide service-oriented leadership program for rising high school seniors.
Senior Leaders Greenville is a program designed for adults 55 and up who want to play a more essential role in the community.