Furman University was elected to first cohort focused on advancing first-generation student success.
This Dins Day, Furman alumni, students, parents and friends of the university contributed 2,227 gifts totaling $1,454,652.
The work, by California-based sculptor Steven Whyte, will "reveal who we are and what we value, and it will also be a significant work from an artistic standpoint."
Today is Dins Day, a 24-hour celebration of Paladin pride and giving.
Furman University Communications earned national awards in writing and publications.
A pandemic pivot resulted in an online showcase of art.
Erin Wamsley unpacks why our dreams might be more vivid and memorable.
Brandon Tensley '12 offers his analysis of the protests spawned by the murder of Ahmaud Arbery.
The new graduates will serve as teaching assistants across the globe.
Four students served as Furman’s 2019-20 Interfaith Scholars, preparing them to lead interfaith conversations on campus and in their communities.