Shaniece Criss says COVID-19 underscores long-running health disparities that existed before the pandemic came onto the scene.
Shi Institute for Sustainable Communities, Institute for the Advancement of Community Health and LiveWell Greenville partner to better assist food-insecure regions.
Monique Ositelu '11 weighs in on a discussion about a lawsuit that addresses alleged discriminatory practices by the NCAA.
Yale professor Monica C. Bell '03 is included in a list of "impeccably credentialed" candidates that should be considered for a potential appointment to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Upcountry History Museum makes a holiday film classic come to life in an exhibition that runs through Jan. 30.
Reed describes the genesis of the company behind a product that marries physical activity with learning for pre-K through 3rd-graders.
"Times Insider" issued a challenge to readers. Psychology alumna Lauren Few '06 answered in a big way.
Erin Wamsley is among the dream researchers who are moving the field of study from fringe to mainstream.
A year-end round-up of Washington D.C. highlights includes Jimmy Peacock '16, a politics and international affairs alumnus.
Former Furman trustees Betty Peace Stall and Roger Peace are part of family legacy that made Greenville what it is today.