Claire Whitlinger contributes to an article about how a town in Mississippi has transformed since the 1964 murders of three civil rights workers.
The City of Greenville pays tribute to Councilwoman Lillian Brock Flemming, one of the first Black women to enroll at Furman.
Whyte, sculptor of the Joseph A. Vaughn statue on campus, receives national recognition.
Representing 41 states and 18 foreign countries, here are the students who made the Dean’s List for the spring 2021 semester.
Research fills a void that could help public health professionals develop more effective messages.
Long-term goal is to create a program to monitor and track sports injuries to keep athletes safer.
In his new position, Herrera will expand opportunities for students, build certificate programs and drive the university's innovation agenda.
This June, the class of 2025 got to know their new campus and meet their new classmates.
Mary Seawell Metz ’58 has committed $1 million to endow the Faculty Development Center’s directorship.
What a Word’s Worth, a public humanities program, connected cancer patients with words of hope and strength.