Retiring Professor of Music William Thomas conducts Haydn's masterpiece in Thomas' final appearance with the FSO and Oratorio Chorus.
For the second time in a week, Furman men's basketball, off to a 4-0 start for the first time since 1987-88, finds itself in the national sports news.
Betsy Rice '20 brought female students and community professionals together on campus for Furman's first Women's Networking Event
The Office of Spiritual Life presents the worship service featuring carols, candles, coffee and traditional Moravian bread.
The sculpture, which will be placed in downtown Greenville, honors the Furman alum and former U.S. Secretary of Education.
Brooks' CLP talk, “Bringing America Together,” is the second lecture in the five-part Tocqueville series, “Love, Friendship and Politics.”
An article looks at the “net price” of attending the state’s colleges, noting Furman’s efforts to provide financial aid to its students.
Bruce Neswick, director of music and organist at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in Portland, Oregon, is the featured clinician for the Jan. 24-25 event.
Poinsett Highway was closed much of the day due to downed power lines.
The list includes a raging art scene, affordable living, gorgeous scenery. and, of course, Furman.