Furman Distinguished University Public Historian and Scholar Courtney Tollison '99 contributes to the story.
In the desegregation series by The News, basketball star Clyde Mayes '75 is featured. Steve O'Neill '84 contributes to the story.
The rededication is the latest action taken based on recommendations by the Task Force on Slavery and Justice.
In her story about desegregation, Angelia Davis speaks to Furman alumna Pearlie Harris and taps research by History Professor Steve O'Neill '84.
With the first month of 2020 nearly over, let's revisit the remarkable year that just wrapped up.
Furman University will celebrate Jan. 29, the day Joseph Vaughn '68 became Furman's first African American student in 1966, annually.
Singer-songwriter Robinson '09 has amassed nearly 200,000 Spotify listeners. Her song, “Better with Time,” has over 2 million listeners.
Programs include a mobile sensory break room and learning about Burma's Chin ethnic group.
Most are familiar with the bright red Salvation Army kettles that pepper retail establishments during the holidays. The Parker family adds a bit of flair.
History major Katie Wooten ’21 transcribed King George’s personal correspondence.