Jack Porter, owned by Christina Harrell '98, uses experiential branding to communicate universities' athletics traditions.
Furman staff from all corners of campus are stepping up to create connections and support learning during the pandemic.
"I continue to be grateful for and proud of the ingenuity of our students, faculty and staff."
The Malone Center for Career Engagement and Furman Graduate Studies offer a variety of options and resources for those whose plans have been affected by COVID-19.
Local actor Barnett describes her passion for performing in regional theatre.
The Paladins are trending in the right direction as they step into the SoCon Tournament as the No. 2 seed with 15 conference wins.
News about how the coronavirus is impacting Furman's study away programs is being updated regularly.
The News describes the Democratic electorate as a "mosaic." Danielle Vinson '89 concurs.
PollyRose Philpot '17 is recognized for her work as a second grade teacher at Sara Collins Elementary.