Jackson '03 successfully answers the 'what's next' question after competing on the pro tour.
Furman cancels China study away programs originally set for May and summer. Fall study away in China is pending further review.
Health reporter Liv Osby contacts health care providers and universities to gauge how the institutions are preparing for the possible threat.
Making a successful shift from a textile-driven economy, Greenville now boasts the nation's sixth-highest rate of business creation.
Deborah Allen, director of the Center for Inclusive Communities, and Kelsey Milian, president of the Student Diversity Council, go on record about Furman's policy.
Thomas C. Turner '51 established a framework for giving almost two decades ago that will impact students for years to come.
Furman also rose significantly in the “Most Innovative Schools” ranking, climbing 16 places to No. 5, and “Best Undergraduate Teaching,” rising 27 spots to No. 12.
The storm is expected to have minimal impact on campus. The university will continue to monitor the forecast and announce any changes if necessary.
StormReady uses a grassroots approach to help communities develop plans to handle all types of extreme weather - from tornadoes to winter storms.
National magazine ranks top colleges and universities in the South according to academics and outcomes. Furman makes the grade.