Martha Ingram '20 rides to victory at the horse show presented by the World Equestrian Center in Upper Marlboro, Maryland.
The Hon. Chandra Dillard and Sociology Professor Ken Kolb play a role in bringing a new footbridge to Southernside.
Boroughs '02, a mathematics alum, received her J.D. from Stanford University Law School. She aims to unseat a 17-year incumbent.
Heidi Bostic and Diane Boyd distill outcomes of campus conversations about liberal learning and The Furman Advantage.
Furman's hometown is described as "the perfect mix of culture and country," and rates among five top spots to visit this fall.
Health Sciences Professor Criss holds a seat on the Travelers Rest City Council. 'Say it straight, simple and with a smile,' is one of her favorite phrases.
Mariner '93 served The DC Center for the LGBT Community for 11 years. Ready for a new adventure, he takes the reins at CAMP Rehoboth in Delaware.
Carly Burkhardt '21 withdrew from Furman and golf in 2017 due to a rare blood disorder. Now she's back and playing great golf.
Furman Men's Lacrosse raises over $650,000 for the renovated locker room now named for Roberts who died in early 2018.
Expert on religion and politics Jim Guth talks with The Guardian about recent problems encountered by the president of Liberty University.