TSgt. Holliday served an important role as a stand-in for Vice President Kamala Harris in Inauguration Day's rehearsal.
Furman will find other ways to celebrate Joseph Vaughn on Jan. 29 while postponing a statue unveiling until later in the semester
There are multiple ways that you can reflect on the impact of Dr. King’s legacy and how you plan to invest in your communities by emulating Dr. King’s approach to service, activism and justice.
In the wake of the Jan. 6 mob violence in Washington, D.C., President Davis wrote, "We must hold sacred and protect our democratic institutions and the sanctity of our vote and the electoral process."
Also the first out priest of color to be ordained in the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta, Jackson says she'll work to help "people who have been left behind."
Shaniece Criss says COVID-19 underscores long-running health disparities that existed before the pandemic came onto the scene.
“Carolina’s Golden Fields: Inland Rice Cultivation in the South Carolina Lowcountry, 1670-1860” explores the rise and fall of rice plantations in South Carolina.
Yale professor Monica C. Bell '03 is included in a list of "impeccably credentialed" candidates that should be considered for a potential appointment to the U.S. Supreme Court.
The Rosa Bodkin Award is given annually to a nominated student who demonstrates a commitment to advancing Furman’s culture of diversity, inclusion and multiculturalism.
In the last general election, Furman students voted at a rate of 30%. Qwameek Bethea '21 hopes that figure will be much larger in this election.