Brandon Tensley '12 offers his analysis of the protests spawned by the murder of Ahmaud Arbery.
The university, which plans to reopen for in-person instruction in the fall, is taking these actions and others to address the financial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Alum Jim Barger, Jr. writes about the life of Arbery, how justice failed him, and the loss his community will reckon with in the wake of his death.
Ben Daxon '05 and Jonathan Davis '05, both physicians, volunteered to work week-long medical tours in New York City.
President Elizabeth Davis delivered a special video message to the Class of 2020.
Natalie Srinivasan wins the 2020 ANNIKA Award, which recognizes the best player in women's collegiate golf.
The Mathenas and the Douglas brothers are two Furman families committed to serving during the pandemic.
Critically acclaimed singer-songwriter will perform a live-stream concert on May 9 dedicated to the Furman Class of 2020
Professor of Spanish and former Associate Academic Dean Jeremy Cass has been named dean of faculty.
Anna Downs '16 fought COVID-19 in March, months before graduating medical school. Her letter to nurses went viral.