Danielle Vinson unpacks comments made by Nikki Haley and why they might backfire in her likely 2024 White House bid.
In the third edition of “Run Less, Run Faster,” Bill Pierce, health sciences professor emeritus, and Scott Murr, assistant professor of health sciences, offer the latest science for runners.
Rudy Currence '02 has spent two weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard charts with a song that he says has extra resonance during the pandemic.
The Valentine's Day Dance for Exceptional Adults isn't happening this year, but Heller Service Corps finds a way to keep things festive.
The snack food magnate attended Furman two years on an athletics scholarship, then his entrepreneurial sensibilities took over.
Scott Henderson says humor in the remote classroom is tough to pull off for educators, "but it’s too early to give up" on it.
Lipscomb goes on record about how schools are dealing with COVID-19 and offers tips for college-bound students.
Local news outlet reaches out to Lillian Brock Flemming '71, '75 (M), '14 (H), who reflects on Joseph Vaughn's legacy at Furman.
Education Professor Paul Thomas writes an opinion piece about the real problem facing SC schools and students with low reading scores.
CASE District III has honored Furman University Communications with a silver award the 2019 President’s Report, “Reflecting on Our Calling."