Season's final Weekend at the Well against Wofford Saturday gives Furman a chance to avenge its most lopsided loss of the season.
With the first month of 2020 nearly over, let's revisit the remarkable year that just wrapped up.
Today is Joseph Vaughn Day, marking 55 years since Vaughn, Furman's first African American student, enrolled at the university.
Students, faculty and staff spread out across Greenville to help area organizations.
Several activities on campus pay homage to the civil rights icon.
Programs include a mobile sensory break room and learning about Burma's Chin ethnic group.
Ahead of the Trump impeachment vote, Rep. Gabbard tipped her hand during a town hall meeting held at Furman.
From packing boxes of food to showing boys how to tie a necktie, Furman students embraced the community this holiday season.
The award recognizes excellence in high-performance design, environmental stewardship and community impact.
Furman's decision to do away with off-campus fraternity houses draws the attention of local media outlets.