Akan Malici writes an opinion piece about the events of Jan. 6 at the U.S. Capitol and how the U.S. has fomented similar events on foreign soil.
Fourteen Furman students from diverse backgrounds and majors graduate in the class of 2020.
Akan Malici offers a three-pronged approach to help stem partisan politics in foreign policy for the Biden administration.
Tocqueville Program's Aaron Zubia says we can learn much from the Founding Fathers about how to rein in "unhinged enthusiasm" and "passions run amok."
Associate Professor Katie Kelly and adjunct instructor Marie Havran M'12 pen pieces that were among the International Literacy Association's The Top 10 Most Read Literacy Now Blog Posts of 2020.
Despite the growth of walking and biking trails, more research is needed to help them be equitably accessible.
Chris White '92 writes and directs a film about a mid-80s Christian hair-metal band that figures into a coming-of-age tale.
In the wake of the Jan. 6 mob violence in Washington, D.C., President Davis wrote, "We must hold sacred and protect our democratic institutions and the sanctity of our vote and the electoral process."
Ed Tarkington '95 lands glowing reviews for his latest book about the South, money, privilege, politics and identity.
Mathematics Professor John Harris '91 is faculty director of the Cothran Center. He urges us to think deeply about lessons learned from 2020.