Directed by Maegan Azar, the play by Kimberly Belflower is a result of a collaboration with New York-based The Farm Theater.
A Furman-based Out of the Darkness Campus Walk, a 1 1/2-mile walk to raise suicide awareness, will take place on March 24.
Four Furman University alumni return to campus Tuesday, March 26, at 7 p.m. to tell their stories of leadership during potentially devastating crises.
Kevin Hutson, John Harris '91 and Liz Bouzarth have worked together for six years to create their complex mathematical models.
His lecture, “Unwanted Attention: How Greenville Handled the Willie Earle Lynching Case,” is free and open to the public.
Wilkens presents “Looking for the Good: The Journey from Neighbor to Killer” Thursday, March 28, at 7 p.m. in Daniel Chapel.
Tickets for the game are $15 each, and Furman students will receive free admission with a valid Furman ID.
The Concert Band entertains 1.5 million people annually with orchestral classics, marches, Broadway hits, jazz standards, movie music and patriotic favorites.
ESPN's Jay Bilas, CBS Sports and The Washington Post all wrote this week about the Paladins and their chance to make the NCAA Tournament
Pianist Ruby Morgan, who retired from the music faculty last summer, is spearheading an effort to make Furman an All-Steinway School.