Two white students take a year of Exploration of Vocation and Ministry to learn about racism, build anti-racism skills.
Furman will find other ways to celebrate Joseph Vaughn on Jan. 29 while postponing a statue unveiling until later in the semester
In the wake of the Jan. 6 mob violence in Washington, D.C., President Davis wrote, "We must hold sacred and protect our democratic institutions and the sanctity of our vote and the electoral process."
Location offers students, faculty and staff opportunities to work closely with city, county and private parties on innovation and entrepreneurship initiatives.
“Carolina’s Golden Fields: Inland Rice Cultivation in the South Carolina Lowcountry, 1670-1860” explores the rise and fall of rice plantations in South Carolina.
"Blessing Trees" replaces annual RaeNae Nay's Holiday Giving Tree, but the end result of helping local nonprofits remains the same.
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 new hub for sustainability envisions a world that meets the needs of all people within the limits of the living planet.
Theater was one of the first things to shut down in the wake of COVID-19. But Maegan McNerney Azar and her colleagues in the theater department have other ideas.
Research focuses on how T cells act as heat-seeking missiles to attack pathogens – but can also cause harm.