One of the university's first two African American faculty members has been teaching French at Furman since 1983.
Grant lost both sons to drug overdose. His book offers hope to parents and guidance toward detecting and acting on early warning signs of addiction.
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.
Programs include a mobile sensory break room and learning about Burma's Chin ethnic group.
While most of the nearly 30 members of the fall class of 2019 will participate in formal commencement in 2020, a few availed themselves to a more intimate setting.
Michael Luo quotes a study by Furman's Jim Guth citing "the prevalence of populist traits among white evangelicals..."
Ahead of the Trump impeachment vote, Rep. Gabbard tipped her hand during a town hall meeting held at Furman.
Charleston, South Carolina, native spent the summer working so save a pair of structures with deep ties to the city's African American community.
Pressure from members of his own Republican Party ultimately forced Nixon to resign, but Furman professor Jim Guth sees no sign of that bipartisanship as Trump faces impeachment.