Musua standing between the tracks for remote controlled car course

Feature

The Enigma Maker

Patrick Musau ’17 isn’t leaving us to our own devices.

A poetry project connects cancer patients to words of hope and strength.

For a young couple bonded by a love of adventure and a decided lack of fear of the unknown, that was enough.

The Furman Cougar Project gives undergraduates a rare opportunity.

Wilson forming diamond shape with his hands

Around the Lake

A System That Looks Like Us

Dr. Matt W. Wilson ’86 has made a planned gift of $4 million to Furman’s Institute for the Advancement of Community Health.

Long before Pearlie Harris appeared on a mural high above downtown Greenville, she was a giant in education.

For first-generation students and others, a $1 million NSF grant expands access to science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

Newly elected Georgia Senator Kim Jackson ’06 sees her opportunity to bring positive change.

In September, Furman Theatre performed Caryl Churchill’s “Love and Information,” a play directed by Maegan McNerney Azar, associate professor of acting and directing and the chair of Furman’s Department of Theatre Arts. Students performed outdoors, promenade-style on seven “stages” before a 10-member, masked and distanced audience. It was also filmed to provide online viewing. Interspersed between acts were prerecorded random scenes written and recorded by remote-only students.

Furman’s golf alumni have stepped forward again – as they have for generations – to position current and future Paladin golfers for victory.

Take a closer look at the fans. When athletes compete during a pandemic, some faces in the stands are a little different.

The most successful three-year stretch in Furman men’s basketball history has led to a contract extension for Coach Bob Richey.

Kim Bohuny speaking

Class Notes

The World is her Court

Kim Bohuny ’84 spreads opportunity through basketball.

Where you have been, where you’re going.

South Carolina’s rice history, a lost baby with magical friends, and words that glimmer.

Nicole ’92 and Robert Penland Jr. ’90

MLK Day of Service and Young Alumni Council