Bridges to a Brighter Future, which operates out of Furman, takes young people on college tours.
Women's, gender and sexuality studies (WGSS) will be available as a major in fall 2019.
The board's Special Committee on Slavery and Justice has approved renaming Furman Hall and erecting a statue of Joseph Vaughn.
First Forward is a program of the Center for First-generation Student Success. Furman is among 80 universities nationwide to be named in the inaugural cohort.
Our Senior Spotlights illuminate - from the lab to the links, the classroom to the stage, study away to activism - the unique journeys that lead to graduation.
Brittany Wright '19 spent the summer as a research assistant studying cross-racial empathy and its effects on healthcare.
Evans-Sago ’09 says we associate different meaning to different parts of speech, which may be specific to a language, region or people.
The report, “Hispanics in Greenville,” found that 90 percent of participants expect their children to be better off than they are.
Anthony Ray Hinton's story of spending nearly 30 years on death row for crimes he didn't commit captivated a capacity crowd at McAlister Auditorium.
Nomonde Gila ’19, who is South African, sought to inform Americans about the millions of young African women without access to education.