Maria Bartlett '18 and Spanish Professor Ron Friis translate a book of 40 poems by Alberto Blanco.
Martha Ingram '20 rides to victory at the horse show presented by the World Equestrian Center in Upper Marlboro, Maryland.
Boroughs '02, a mathematics alum, received her J.D. from Stanford University Law School. She aims to unseat a 17-year incumbent.
Mariner '93 served The DC Center for the LGBT Community for 11 years. Ready for a new adventure, he takes the reins at CAMP Rehoboth in Delaware.
Carly Burkhardt '21 withdrew from Furman and golf in 2017 due to a rare blood disorder. Now she's back and playing great golf.
Furman student interns research accessory dwelling units (ADUs) for the City of Travelers Rest. The research could help the city add affordable housing options.
As an incoming freshman in 2009, Evelyn Henson '13 wasn't sure she fit the bill for becoming an artist. Her dozens of clients say otherwise.
Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy has applications from drug development to renewable energy.
Originally bound for veterinary medicine, Stuart has discovered her real passion lies in conservation through her trips to South Africa.
Kenia Flores ’20 interned twice for a U.S. senator. Those experiences and other internships confirmed what she’s long suspected: Her future is in D.C.