While interning with Strategic Marketing International, Lainie Morris ’21 demonstrates the power of e-commerce.
"Blessing Trees" replaces annual RaeNae Nay's Holiday Giving Tree, but the end result of helping local nonprofits remains the same.
Creative people find an outlet for good ideas through Osher Lifelong Learning Institute and Furman Creative Collaborative.
SoCon coaches poll and media polling point to promising outlook for Furman Men's Basketball.
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.
A Cultural Life Program this month explored Ginsburg's remarkable impact, civility before the courts and a friendship that spanned ideologies.
Erik Ortiz ’20 used resources available through the Malone Center for Career Engagement to find a ‘big win’ job in a difficult market.
Student director Barrett Taylor '21 says there's never been a better time to volunteer with Heller Service Corps.
The new hub for sustainability envisions a world that meets the needs of all people within the limits of the living planet.
Furman leads the way in the state's first pitch competition. Fifteen South Carolina colleges and universities, the S.C. Department of Commerce and SCRA make it happen on Nov. 18.