The nation’s COVID response is now caught up in our toxic polarized politics.
Furman says the best way to get back to normal operations is to require COVID-19 vaccines for students.
Financial writer Adam McCann looks at the most and least self-reliant states. Furman's Liz Smith offers her thoughts on publicly-funded presidential campaigns.
University of Southern California wants to know what it's like to reopen campus during a pandemic. Three Furman sophomores weigh in.
Elizabeth Davis is interviewed by The Duke Endowment about The Furman Advantage, how she plans to expand it, and what it's like to lead a campus through COVID-19.
With students applying to more schools, admissions officers struggle to predict who will actually accept their offers. Brad Pochard gives his take.
The Valentine's Day Dance for Exceptional Adults isn't happening this year, but Heller Service Corps finds a way to keep things festive.
Lipscomb goes on record about how schools are dealing with COVID-19 and offers tips for college-bound students.
Assistant Professor of Economics Kelsey Hample contributes to study and is quoted about the impact of reopening businesses too soon.
Furman will find other ways to celebrate Joseph Vaughn on Jan. 29 while postponing a statue unveiling until later in the semester