The production directed by Berky '95 opened Dec. 4. It continues through Sunday, Dec. 9.
When the university celebrated Homecoming on its downtown campus, it was a celebration for all of Greenville.
The Furman Metropolitan Fellowship is an alumni-led grant program established in 2015 to create a bridge between Furman students and internship connections in New York City.
The new trustees are David L. Hauser ’73 of Charlotte, North Carolina; Mary Seawell Metz ’58 of Alameda, California; Brenda J. Thames of Greenville; and Tony R. Thene of Seneca.
The sculpture, which will be placed in downtown Greenville, honors the Furman alum and former U.S. Secretary of Education.
The 1995 Furman graduate was the running mate of James Smith, the Democratic candidate for South Carolina Governor.
David Trone '77 won Maryland’s 6th Congressional District Tuesday night, defeating Republican Amie Hoeber.
College Consensus ranks Furman among the “Top 50 Underrated Colleges Doing Great Things.”
The Paladin Career Trek program gives students the opportunity to meet alumni mentors and explore a wide range of fields in New York City.
Furman makes the list of Architectural Digest's most beautiful colleges.