"May peace prevail on Earth" is inscribed on the pole in four languages.
One of more than 250,000 worldwide, the pole symbolizes peace and encourages reflection.
Bob Anderson ’18 and his students at JL Mann High School in Greenville are mapping stars as part of a research project led by NASA.
Furman recently joined with the Southern Conference in co-hosting its third NCAA Men’s Tournament first and second round games (Mar. 18-20) at downtown’s Bon Secours Wellness Arena.
Greenville, South Carolina, is featured in a road trip round-up for Atlantans.
Join us for Fan Fest! Furman is the host institution for the first round of the NCAA tournament.
Music Professor and University Organist Charles Tompkins gives Jamarcus Gaston '07 a preview of the recital.
Panelists discussed how this year's Women's History Month theme connects to their experiences as women in higher education.
The forum will feature national health care and aging policy expert Anne Tumlinson ’89 as keynote speaker.
As an associate provost, Pontari helped launch The Furman Advantage. Her interim role begins July 1.