President Elizabeth Davis encourages everyone to learn from someone who’s different from you and make the cause personal.
Higher education publication takes the pulse of admissions at small- to medium-size colleges as we move past COVID-19.
Celebrating the reopening of Furman to the public, GVL Today prepares a list of things to do and see on campus.
Kim Bohuny '84 and her staff support international players and help introduce basketball to boys and girls through clinics and camps.
The new indoor facility gives future Paladins access to the latest technology used to analyze all aspects of a golf swing and putting stroke.
Before "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood" and "Sesame Street," another TV show captured the attention of children in the 60s.
Board also grants emeritus status to a number of retiring faculty members.
Long before Pearlie Harris M ’83 appeared on a mural high above downtown Greenville, she was a giant in education.
Along with her late husband Max, the Hellers are the namesake of Furman's Heller Service Corps.
Susan Maddux, vice president for finance and administration, told The Chronicle of Higher Ed about measures Furman has taken to weather the downturn.