Spurred by the #MeToo and Black Lives Matter movements, Scott Henderson pens a piece about "coming out."
Website is a resource and a glimpse into the extensive preparations.
Racial bias incidents across the country led Black Furman alumni to petition the university with several requests. The university has replied with specific steps to address their concerns.
Legal clinic gives students firsthand experience with law while keeping virus in check
George Floyd's death has sparked frank conversations, vows of support in the Furman community.
"Between Remembrance and Repair" examines how Philadelphia, Mississippi commemorated the 1964 murders of three civil rights advocates.
Dick Riley and Don Gordon write that endemic and systemic racism endure.
The work, by California-based sculptor Steven Whyte, will "reveal who we are and what we value, and it will also be a significant work from an artistic standpoint."
University announces date for commencement, phased return to work
We must confront this moment with a spirit of empathy, an ethic of caring and a conviction to act.