Zach Kelehear '81, MA '82 remembers the lure of vintage video game Pong.
Working on “Open Spaces,” an album set to be released Jan. 21, gave Adib Young '22 the chance to experience the process as both a composer and a performer with Professor Matt Olson.
Debt financing is one way to fund large construction projects. Students get a front row seat in the process of bringing Furman bonds to market.
Furman is reimagining the first-year experience by building a new residence hall and renovating four other halls.
Join us in a look back at some of the most memorable moments of 2021, from milestones in the Seeking Abraham project to commencements to study away, service, athletics and theatre arts.
In a new partnership, Furman math and science students are meeting biweekly with students from Berea Middle School to work through open-ended STEM questions together.
Kevin Pahl '15 and Maggie Grisell Pahl '16, owners of Greenville Christmas Trees, aim to keep Christmas spirit alive.
SGA President Larson-Baldwin joins an elite national cohort of 12 Mitchell Scholars in the class of 2023. She'll study in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Kostadinova and her colleague Dmitri Orlov get a plug in the online dictionary, but that's just part of the story.
During a MayX, Furman students team with mural artist Matteo Miles to complete a work of art.