The Greenville Business Magazine’s 2019 Best & Brightest 35 and Under celebrates rising stars in the business community, including several with Furman ties.
Furman's home of Greenville, South Carolina, gets a nod on popular travel and entertainment site for its beauty, restaurants and shops and thriving arts scene.
As an incoming freshman in 2009, Evelyn Henson '13 wasn't sure she fit the bill for becoming an artist. Her dozens of clients say otherwise.
StormReady uses a grassroots approach to help communities develop plans to handle all types of extreme weather - from tornadoes to winter storms.
Furman's Bridges to a Brighter Future has served 500 Greenville County students since the program launched in 1997.
National magazine ranks top colleges and universities in the South according to academics and outcomes. Furman makes the grade.
Did Furman make the list of the “South’s Most Beautiful Colleges?” Spoiler alert!
Alum and U.S. Attorney Thomas Cullen ’00 is striking a significant blow against white nationalist violence, starting with the 2017 events in Charlottesville.
The public radio program “South Carolina Business Review” discusses Furman’s economic impact on the Upstate.
Greenville County school children living in Berea and Travelers Rest now have easier access to nutritious meals in the summer months through the generosity of Riley Fellows.