The long-running fashion and style magazine includes Furman University in its list of must-see college campuses.
Former board member Baxter Wynn pens an opinion piece about the unspoken but real racial bias he saw growing up in the 50s and 60s in South Carolina.
State Representative Chandra Dillard steps up to help the City of Greenville preserve and protect its rich history.
Teaching and coaching aren't the typical career paths for communication studies grads, but Sammy Clough '20 gladly welcomes both challenges.
Anna B. Mitchell unpacks the real import of The Furman Advantage. She highlights Charlie Lott '21, who is majoring in economics and sustainability sciences.
Greenville is home to more than 2,600 students who attend Furman, and an ever-increasing number of citizens 65 and older.
Montessori programs in Greenville County only exist in private schools. A 2015-16 study by the Riley Institute showed that Montessori students performed higher than their peers.
Educational studies major Elizabeth Palmer '21 comes up with some pretty creative strategies for Make-A-Wish, which grants wishes to kids who face life-threatening illnesses.
Mathematics professors Liz Bouzarth, John Harris and Kevin Hutson team with NCAA Tournament analysts to better predict tourney outcomes.
Newest member of Appalachian Bear Rescue gets a great name and a new lease on life.