Gregg Hecimovich speaks to Henry Louis Gates about uncovering life stories of enslaved persons depicted in the 19th century images.
Major life decisions don't have to be leaps in the dark. Benjamin Storey and Jenna Silber Storey examine "restless paralysis" among those facing life-changing choices.
A Furman trustee since 2015, Kevin Bryant '85 takes on a new role at Marsh, a global insurance broker and risk advisor.
Vincent Harris explores why Greenville is drawing venture capital firms, including Flywheel Coworking, which is teaming up with Furman.
Not for CPAs only. A team of three from Furman University pen an article about the 10 characteristics of creativity and how to hone them, no matter your profession.
Furman's Rita Gary weighs in on the subject of representation by women as head coaches for professional distance teams.
The long-running fashion and style magazine includes Furman University in its list of must-see college campuses.
Former board member Baxter Wynn pens an opinion piece about the unspoken but real racial bias he saw growing up in the 50s and 60s in South Carolina.
State Representative Chandra Dillard steps up to help the City of Greenville preserve and protect its rich history.
The online discussion focused on how students impact the college business model.