Champions of Mental Fitness

Congressman David Trone ’77 and wife June give Furman $10 million to support mental health.

We assume that the more thoroughly students understand course material, the better they’ll do on standardized tests. That’s not what this research revealed.

Former Prime Minister of Finland Alexander Stubb ’93 is a leading voice on the future of Europe.

From the importance of insects, to the history all around us, to patient care across the language barrier, students ventured into the unknown.

Around the Lake

A Reshaping of Narratives

Students from Africa invited their classmates to see their respective home countries, in some cases for the first time.

The Furman alumni community is central to our focus on student thriving.

At this year’s event, students invited the campus community into their research, service learning, creative works and other engaged learning experiences.

Furman’s nuclear reactor?
It was once a distinct possibility.

Every first- and second-year Furman student participates in the Pathways Program, a new two-year course focused on mentoring, reflection and belonging.

The Comeback

A Daytripper’s Guide to Epics and Icons

The region around Furman has long captured the imagination of filmmakers.

Notes from the Field

Letter Perfect

Dottie Pepper ’87 has achieved great success in the world of golf. Her new book pays homage to the mentor who helped get her there.

Class Notes

To Learn in Peace

Ken Holland ’70 served as the president of American University of Afghanistan and became a marked man to the Taliban.

Politics, peaceful retreats and race in American history.

Paladin fans and alumni celebrate Dins Day 2022 and Furman athletics.

Where you have been, where you’re going.

Jocelyn Boulware Bruce ’17 and Nick Bruce ’18