Professors Akan Malici and Alfons Teipen write about the early impact of Muslim-Americans on the United States.
Martha Ingram wins the North American Adult Amateur Equitation Championships at the Capital Challenge Horse Show in Marlboro, Maryland.
Islam Awareness Week includes opportunities for the Greenville Community to learn more about Islam with events focusing on various aspects of the American Islamic experience.
Furman Politics and International Affairs Professor Danielle Vinson weighs in on a story appearing in The Columbus Dispatch. The piece explores what the ‘Year of the Woman’ in politics will mean for women voters and women running for Congress. Said Vinson, “[The Supreme Court confirmation hearing] has the potential to activate women in some ways […]
A group of Furman students are using a grassroots effort to inspire their classmates to register to vote.
In an op-ed, professor Brent Nelsen writes that voters are becoming irrelevant to the process of selecting leaders in South Carolina.
The 1993 Furman graduate is the former prime minister of Finland and currently serves as a vice president at the European Investment Bank.
Kate Dabbs ’09, Drew Dezen ’12, Nick Hollstegge ’07 and Monty Turner ’11 were honored by Greenville Business Magazine.
“The Changing Face of America: Impact on the 2018 Election and Beyond” features Peter Hart and Whit Ayres, two of the nation's top public opinion analysts.
CLP: DiSalvo will present "Has Party Reform Made America Ungovernable?" Thursday, Sept. 27 at 5 p.m. in McEachern Lecture Hall, Furman Hall 214.