Harris is a stalwart community steward and a transformational educator who began teaching in segregated schools.
Depending on COVID-19 restrictions, the campus community will be invited to gather, masks on and physically distanced.
The university announces a strategic diversity plan and new websites for the chief diversity officer and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
The story of Rawn Harbor '71, one of Furman's first Black students, is one of profound, irrepressible talent realized.
Furman will find other ways to celebrate Joseph Vaughn on Jan. 29 while postponing a statue unveiling until later in the semester
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."
UPDATE: Today’s Furman Hall rededication and plaque unveiling ceremony has been postponed due to inclement weather.
Today is Joseph Vaughn Day, marking 55 years since Vaughn, Furman's first African American student, enrolled at the university.