Dan Weidenbenner '11 and Chief of Staff Liz Seman are quoted in a story about Mill Community Ministries and its impact on Greenville County.
Local news organization picks up on TSgt. Stacey Holliday's role in Inauguration Day rehearsal.
Mathematics Professor John Harris reflects on his visits to Northern Ireland and offers ways to help mend a fractured U.S.
Politics and international affairs faculty pen an op-ed about how to keep political tensions at bay among the American public.
Akan Malici writes an opinion piece about the events of Jan. 6 at the U.S. Capitol and how the U.S. has fomented similar events on foreign soil.
Akan Malici offers a three-pronged approach to help stem partisan politics in foreign policy for the Biden administration.
Tocqueville Program's Aaron Zubia says we can learn much from the Founding Fathers about how to rein in "unhinged enthusiasm" and "passions run amok."
Chris White '92 writes and directs a film about a mid-80s Christian hair-metal band that figures into a coming-of-age tale.
It's never too late to pick up a new skill, learn a language or brush up on a period of history. OLLI classes begin Jan. 11.
Furman President Elizabeth Davis is named among the six new entrants to the Hall of Fame for GBM's "50 Most Influential."