ROTC Myths Busted
The ROTC program here may be a mystery to many, but you no longer need to speculate about it!
Solar Panels: Did Furman Give Up?
State law is preventing Furman from substantially investing in more solar energy, but Furman has not done much to advocate for change.
Trixie and Katya Live in an Age of Drag Show Bans
North Village J Wins Energy Competition
NV J won the Eco Reps first Energy Competition. How was the winner determined, and how can your building win next time?
Nissim Black Performs at Furman
On March 23rd, Nissim Black performed on Campus
First Look at Furman Theatre’s Our Tempest
Furman Theatre collaborates with playwright Jake Brasch on exciting new work.
The Furman Trolley is Making it’s Mark on Campus
The Furman Trolley is making a come back on campus one stop at a time!
Project Dawn: Review
Furman’s Playhouse closed Project Dawn this past weekend and the play missed the mark.
A Glimpse Into the Life of a Furman Dance Team Member
How To Survive Winter When it’s Inside You
How to survive depression from someone who’s lived through it
New Date or New Job: They are Similar
Whether its finding a date or finding a job, a few of the same things are true. And the moral of the story, just hang in there.
Does BeReal Really Foster Authenticity?
Popular social media app claims to promote authenticity, but are users really trying to present their true selves?
Sustainable Furman: Moving Forward
Since a sustainable revolution took place on campus in 2008, Furman has drifted from the lofty goals they made. We talked to the Shi Institute to discover how they plan to catalyze collaboration to find and implement solutions.
Review: Kill Corp at The Warehouse Theatre
Greenville theatre hosts world premier of hilarious new play by Sofia Alvarez
Changing recycling in Greenville prompts us to reevaluate our responsibility to the plastic problem.
The Top 10 Best Movies of 2022 That You Should Absolutely Check Out!
There were a lot of wonderful movies that came out last year. Here are some of the standouts.
A Look at Furman Theatre’s Upcoming Production: Project Dawn
More Than A Study: Study Abroad Advocacy and The British Isles
For students looking for ways to make the most of their university experience, look no further than time abroad!
Comparing the Job Search Process to the ROTC Process
Though I felt very prepared coming to college, there have still been many little suprises.
Capitalizing on Gen-Z and Their Approval of Ethical Brands
What can we do as Gen-Z to prevent ourselves from falling into the green-washing trap
Clever Little Lies Review: A Marriage Caught Between a Rock and a Hard Place
Furman Theatre provides an intimate look at the dangerous power of escapism.
ROTC Presents Rudolph’s Ruck & Toy Drive
ROTC brings holiday spirit to campus with event for Prisma Health Children’s hospital.
What Really Happened at Sextacular: A Response to the National Review
Netflix’s “DAHMER” and the Ethics of True Crime
True Crime content is popular, but is it ethical?