The student-led production features Elli Caterisano '18 and alumnus Sam Nelson '17. The John Patrick Shanley play is directed by guest Carol Sutton.Read more
The comedian, writer, actor and director will appear in McAlister Auditorium. FUSAB has a limited number of free tickets available to Furman students with valid ID.
The visiting professor is now in his 11th year at Furman. He'll be accompanied by professor David Gross on piano.
For Furman graduate Lindsay Caesar '12, a journey to Charlottesville, Va., began in hope and ended in a nightmare.
NYC-based saxophonist Joel Frahm is known for his big tenor sound--fluid, inventive and filled with passion.
Kaup, James B. Duke Professor of Asian Studies and Politics and International Affairs at Furman, delivered the address at commencement exercises Saturday, Aug. 12.
The 2017-18 Hartness Organ Series opens Thursday, Sept. 14, at 8 p.m. in Daniel Chapel. The first performance features Dongho Lee and members of the New England Conservatory of Music.
Those planning to attend are welcome to arrive early and enjoy one of the most beautiful college campuses in America.
The James B. Duke Professor of Asian Studies and Politics and International Affairs at Furman told the graduates to explore and be prepared for a whole new world.
Adding to the campus beauty accolades Furman receives, this London-based higher education data provider ranks the university at #9.