Paul Thomas explains CRT and describes the dangers to SC schools if the academic and legal framework is ignored.
The Furman Women's Golf legend and World Golf Hall of Famer is impacting people an ocean away through Golf Fore Africa.
Messick, a 1990 psychology graduate, is 'loving Greenville women back to life.'
Jessie Cochran '05 spent four years in South Sudan working on logistics with the United Nations World Food Programme.
Random doses of nonsense can help computers make sense of the world. Maybe something similar is happening when we dream. Furman's Erin Wamsley gives her insights.
Professors put a controversy about the public installation in an art context.
Sometimes a student appears in Ross McClain’s graphic design class, and he can’t help but ask: Where have you been?
Reporter Thomas Novelly speaks to families who've lost loved ones and reflects on the SC fallen. Buket Oztas comments on the effectiveness of the U.S. presence in the region.
Newly elected Georgia Senator Kim Jackson ’06 sees her opportunity to bring positive change.
Part of the Religious Council at Furman, Mere Christianity Forum is one of 92 institutions in the U.S. receiving funding in support of Lilly's Thriving Congregations Initiative.