Student painting outside during an art class

Around the Lake

When the Virus Came

From the soprano to the problem solver, from the professor to the doctor – the Furman family shows us the meaning of resilience. Find out how campus transformed to meet the virus and how we found purpose in disruption.

Pascual works across the legal spectrum as a civilian and a soldier.

Expanding from a center, the institute reaches ever farther in its second decade.

Becoming Furman’s finest player was only the start for Rushia Brown ’94.

Drew Parker ’00 helped bring The Commons to life. It hasn’t been easy, and he’s not done.

The Herrings

Around the Lake

Listen to their Legacy

Gordon ’65 and Sarah Herring ’66 have committed to give $6.1 million to the Department of Music.

Professor of Chemistry Greg Springsteen and Trent Stubbs ’20 talk Aconabolics LLC, the company they co-founded in 2018.

Alumni are experiencing the pandemic in unique, personal ways.

Research at Furman reveals new clues to how cancer spreads.

Reflections on what was, is and will be important at Furman.

We’re all stronger together.

We welcome your thoughts.

Sculptor brings the historic courage of Joseph Vaughn ’68 to life.

50 Years of Study Away at Furman

Photography by Professor of English Willard Pate and Suresh Muthukrishnan, professor and chair of the Department of Earth, Environmental, and Sustainability Sciences.

64% of Furman student-athletes earned a GPA of 3.0 or higher.

Furman Athletics has been finding new ways to engage Paladin fans.

Monique sitting on brick wall

Class Notes

In Pursuit of Cultural Change

Monique Ositelu ’11 brings an equity lens to higher education.

Where you have been, where you’re going.

Emily Scott Robinson ’09 is making all the right lists.

Carol ’58 and David ’55 Mauldin
Their love for each other – and for Furman – spans two centuries.

Rose garden splendor, women’s suffrage and a very different move-in day.

The Senior Show, “Beyond These Walls,” took place virtually this year due to COVID-19

Lessons from tragedy, permission to be single and the joys of a not-like-everybody-else family