Grace Cheney ’21 and Allyson Stevens ’21 reached over time differences and language barriers to counsel high schoolers across the ocean. These are their stories.
Scholarship Cup Awards winners announced along with Bradshaw-Feaster Medal and Donaldson-Watkins Medal recipients.
In the last general election, Furman students voted at a rate of 30%. Qwameek Bethea '21 hopes that figure will be much larger in this election.
The Rollin' Dins Parade down the Furman Mall and a football scrimmage at Paladin Stadium celebrating the launch of a new season were a part of Homecoming 2020
Joseph Vaughn Plaza will incorporate the front steps leading up to the James B. Duke Library and be home to a statue honoring Furman's first Black undergraduate student.
"Whether you are already on campus, if you’re coming to campus later this semester, or if you’ll be studying or working from home, welcome back to the Furman experience."
Sixth annual 24-hour celebration of Paladin pride and philanthropy gives Furman chance to show support by wearing purple, giving to the university and participating in virtual activities.
With the first month of 2020 nearly over, let's revisit the remarkable year that just wrapped up.
Look back at the events that shaped Furman in 2018.
High school juniors and seniors from nearby and far-flung places hone courtroom skills during Furman's 18th installment of Top Mock.