Sports Information director Hunter Reid remembers alums Bobby Lamb '86 and Clay Hendrix '86 as the head football coaches prepare to meet in Saturday's Homecoming contest.Read more
First Gentleman Charles Davis pens cookbook that celebrates 25 years of White Oaks serving as home of Furman presidents.
His talk, “Climate Change: Between Nature and Society,” begins at noon at the Upcountry History Museum-Furman.
Furman's Place of Peace makes a short list of interesting sites that moved from one part of the world to another.
It was 64 years ago today that Furman broke ground for a new campus on the outskirts of Greenville.
Sean Arnold, a Berea Middle School student who suffers from a kidney disease, was the team's guest of honor at last week's home game.
Jim Leavell, Herring Professor Emeritus of Asian Studies at Furman, will kick off the series with a talk about the bombing of Pearl Harbor.
All lectures begin at noon at the Upcountry History Museum and last one hour.
After a few down years, the women's golf program at Furman has rejoined the nation's elite
Furman was ranked No. 130 among more than 1,000 U.S. schools, and the highest among South Carolina institutions.