Professors John Armstrong and Brandon Inabinet will discuss “fake news” and how the new media environment is changing the game.Read more
A recurring theme of tuberculosis as "an easy and beautiful way to die" spurred Furman History professor's research.
A travel magazine counts Furman's hometown of Greenville among the 15 best cities with populations under one million.
Politics and International Affairs Professor Brent Nelsen will look at the first 10 months of the Trump presidency when he speaks at the Upcountry History Museum.
Praise is lavished on Greenville for what it has to offer, and Furman's Music by the Lake Concert Series is included in the list of many reasons to visit.
The proposed monument would be unlike any other in the state. History professor Steve O'Neill questions the motives of the lawmakers.
His talk, “Climate Change: Between Nature and Society,” begins at noon at the Upcountry History Museum-Furman.
Politics and International Affairs professor Akan Malici looks at the Iran nuclear deal and questions Trump's motives to disengage.
Music faculty member Davis regularly performs at the festival, but this year's event in Savannah was a little more special.
South Carolina Representatives Rita Allison (R-Spartanburg) and James Smith (D-Richland) will discuss public education at the WhatWorksSC award luncheon in Columbia.