A decision will be made later about resuming normal campus operations for Tuesday, Dec. 11.
Columnist Gene Sapakoff ranks the Paladins No. 1 among the state's basketball programs at this point in the season.
Since no Division I basketball team since 1976 has gone undefeated, Sports Illustrated looks at Furman and the other 10 unbeaten teams to see when their good fortune could end.
Senior forward Matt Rafferty is helping the Furman men’s basketball team reach places it hasn’t been in a while.
When the university celebrated Homecoming on its downtown campus, it was a celebration for all of Greenville.
The new trustees are David L. Hauser ’73 of Charlotte, North Carolina; Mary Seawell Metz ’58 of Alameda, California; Brenda J. Thames of Greenville; and Tony R. Thene of Seneca.
The Furman cross-country teams take time our of their schedules to make regular visits to the Greenville Health System Children’s Hospital.
Furman senior and Chicago area native Matt Rafferty explains what it’s like to defeat two of last year’s Final Four basketball teams in little more than a week.
Has any basketball team in America enjoyed a better nine-day span than the Furman Paladins?
The sculpture, which will be placed in downtown Greenville, honors the Furman alum and former U.S. Secretary of Education.