Maria Bartlett '18 and Spanish Professor Ron Friis translate a book of 40 poems by Alberto Blanco.
Furman's Athletic Hall of Fame welcomed its 216th and 217th inductees.
Mariner '93 served The DC Center for the LGBT Community for 11 years. Ready for a new adventure, he takes the reins at CAMP Rehoboth in Delaware.
Two events highlighting the leadership and accomplishments of Richard W. Riley and the Riley Institute take place on Oct. 3.
The two have filed a patent, which would be the first owned by Furman, for the 'optical glucometer,' a device able to measure blood glucose by taking an infrared photo of the eye.
Thomas C. Turner '51 established a framework for giving almost two decades ago that will impact students for years to come.
Panelists include Furman President Elizabeth Davis, Francie Heller, Sheryl Higgins, Shelby Dodson and Betsy Bloodworth '92.
Pianist Dillard and mezzo-soprano Stephens present the Southeast piano/vocal premiere of Kilstofte's "The White Album."
The UPI news service mentioned that Republican presidential candidate Mark Sanford is a Furman alumnus.
Furman also rose significantly in the “Most Innovative Schools” ranking, climbing 16 places to No. 5, and “Best Undergraduate Teaching,” rising 27 spots to No. 12.