Zoe Blackwell ’23 applies her work as an EMT to her interest in biology and a pre-med path.
Furman ranked No. 9 for "Making an Impact".
The classification follows a rigorous self-study undertaken by the university. Furman is one of 18 arts and sciences universities to receive the seal this year.
The annual celebration of Furman's first African American student was filled with emotion, appreciation and hope for the future.
The advisory committee helps establish standards for accreditation.
Several activities on campus pay homage to the civil rights icon.
The Fellowship convenes, challenges, and celebrates student leadership for the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
History major Katie Wooten ’21 transcribed King George’s personal correspondence.
Charleston, South Carolina, native spent the summer working so save a pair of structures with deep ties to the city's African American community.
Pressure from members of his own Republican Party ultimately forced Nixon to resign, but Furman professor Jim Guth sees no sign of that bipartisanship as Trump faces impeachment.