Students pressed for the university’s membership to an organization that seeks greater transparency and accountability on behalf of workers worldwide.
The first of its kind limited edition Furman bourbon
Campaign co-chairs Robert Hill ’83 and Margaret Platt Hill ’83 stress the importance of giving back.
We all want to leave the world better than we found it. Here’s one way to do it.
Furman is honoring the brilliant, courageous lives of Sarah Reese ’71 H’14 and Lillian Brock Flemming ’71 M’75 H’14.
The Clearly Furman campaign sets out to make the full promise of the university real.
Then BETTY SIMMONS CONNORS ’65 AND AUSTIN CONNORS J R. ’64 Some years ago, I (Austin) interviewed a young man for employment in a small business we owned. He had attended a university, and I...
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Furman Fellow Kylie Gambrill ’23 is on the hunt for patterns in the images and themes found in the ancient imagery carved and painted on rocks in South Carolina, Georgia and North Carolina.
A name has the power to evoke. It can stir our hopes and inspire our efforts. At Furman, named gifts also symbolize academic prestige, athletic excellence, the embrace of community and opportunities that transform lives.
The men’s basketball team returned to the NCAA Tournament after winning the SoCon.