Ellen Culbertson Abramo '00 and her cousin turn tragedy to healing in art exhibition honoring 58 slain in Las Vegas massacre.
Furman alum and trustee David Ellison '72 talks about The Furman Advantage and how it is benefiting students.
Furman’s ranking in the most recent Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education poll is highest among South Carolina colleges.
Matthew Weir '22 has a passion for filmmaking. His latest work was selected for NYC's All American High School Film Festival.
Furman alums Joe Waters ’05, Brandon Hinman ’03, and Grady Powell ’03 join forces for the greater good.
Police Lt. Victor Rivas is recovering from multiple injuries following a crash Aug. 24 involving a stolen pickup truck whose driver fled the scene.
The former Furman soccer player finishes his career as one of the greatest players in U.S. soccer history.
Furman alums launch Capita, a nonprofit that explores how cultural and social transformations of our day affect young children.
Inspiration for excellence comes from a lot of places. Cox draws hers from autistic sister, Kaylee.
Is the European Union America's foe? Hardly, write professors Brent Nelsen and Tom Smythe, and especially not in the Upstate of South Carolina.