A year after the murder of George Floyd by police, SC universities reflect on progress toward racial justice. Qwameek Bethea '21 weighs in.
Meet the 25-year-old owner/operator of Ruiz Tires - the 'Dreamer' who scores a dream of her own.
Evan Meyers '21 says woke models for forming politicized relationships undervalue the transformative power of true friendships.
Qwameek Bethea ’21 connected with Yendelela Neely Holston ’03 before securing a job at her law firm, where he will gain experience before law school.
The college access and success program welcomed its first class in 1997 through a gift from philanthropist Mamie Jolley Bruce.
The Achievement Award was given by SC TRIO, an organization dedicated to improving access to postsecondary education
See a roundup of news items spurred by the April 16 unveiling of the statue honoring Joseph A. Vaughn '68.
Family members and others from the Furman community gathered Friday, April 16, for an unveiling honoring the university's first African American student.
The Furman community celebrates the Joseph Allen Vaughn ’68 statue unveiled on April 16.
Steve Cothran '86 offers a remembrance of Vaughn '68, beloved high school English teacher and trailblazer at Furman.