The Rev. Susie B. Smith ’72 will always be an activist. Her experiences at Furman helped awaken her beliefs.
Is the fresh spring weather turning your thoughts to hoops, courts and spirited outdoor contests?
The students of the Greenville Woman’s College knew the feeling.
Students in Furman’s Master of Arts in Strategic Design program graduated in December 2021. Among their pieces are the four featured in our digital gallery.
The music major went from a church choir in Charleston to Furman to a recording studio in L.A.
A 15-year romance and 10 years of married life started with meddlesome friends for Matthew Cesari ’09 and Kathryn Schroeder ’10.
Jim Pitts ’60 helped guide the university during integration, the Vietnam War and the break from the Southern Baptist Convention.