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Furman University has been included in The Princeton Review again this year

13 percent of America’s 3,000 four-year colleges made the updated list this year.

Furman professor’s post about migrant detention centers goes viral

In a social media post that has now been shared more than…

Furman professors publish study aimed at reducing college athlete injury

After two years of research, Furman University Health Sciences professors Tony Caterisano,…

In Our Community: Student body president, Can Do Fund, and top music prize

Mason Foley, Clemson University’s undergraduate student body president, was a finalist for an award presented by the National Campus Leadership Council.

Furman’s farm manager shares gardening tips

In a short stroll through Furman University’s community garden this time of…

Congratulations to Furman Head Basketball Coach Jackie Carson, the 107.3 JAMZ Upstate Black History Maker for February 15th!

Jackie Carson emits excellence. After leading the Paladin women’s basketball team as a…

Paul’s Pick: An afternoon of beautiful music

The Herring Chamber Ensemble’s annual Greenville concert draws inspiration from the essentials…

Churches: The heartbeat of African-American communities

Black churches rose among the horrors of slavery to allow African Americans a safe place of spiritual equality and self expression. Today, churches in Greenville continue to be the nucleus of black communities.

Here’s how sexual assault investigations could change on college campuses

Changes are coming to Title IX amidst a tug-of-war between victims’ advocates,…

Year in Review: The top 5 education stories of 2018

From a revamp of state report cards to mental health counselors in…

In Our Community: Huff history awards; Rebuild Upstate; Homes of Hope; and more

CHARITY TD Charitable Foundation supports financial literacy and community service at Greenville…

Paul’s Pick: Furman’s Bill Thomas bids farewell with Haydn’s monumental ‘The Creation’

Paul’s Pick of the Week: “The Creation” by Franz Joseph Haydn, featuring…

Furman expands minority scholarship as part of report’s recommendations

Furman University announced Monday it will increase its Joseph A. Vaughn Scholarship for African American students from less than $200,000 a year to $1 million in total awards annually. Joseph A. Vaughn was the first black student to attend the university in 1965.

SC leaders visit Finland to study education system

Twenty-three education leaders and stakeholders from South Carolina left the state for…

Unearthing the past: Furman reckons with its early leadership

It was Dec. 19, 1860, when a young student at Furman University…