Campus Responses to Sexual Assault, Part 3: Furman University Police
Officers are trained to respond and investigate sex crimes. Interviewees report mistreatment from former officer.
Furman University Conservative Society Begins New Tradition to Remember 9/11
Members of the Greenville community join Furman students in flag planting ceremony.
Monkeypox Cases Are Increasing in The Upstate
Campus Responses to Sexual Assault, Part 2: Confidential Advocates
Students express need for confidential support before they approach Title IX. Furman’s Peer Institutions offer this type of resource.
Campus Responses to Sexual Assault, Part 1: The Title IX Office
“Flexible menu of options”: Title IX serves students in need beyond the formal process.
Honoring Sarah Reese and Lillian Brock Flemming
President Davis announced the ways in which Reese (’71) and Flemming (’71) will be honored on-campus.
Furman Begins Construction on North Village D
The renovations will modernize the apartments with neutral color tones and updated furniture.
Mold in North Village
Is the mold in North Village a nuisance or health hazard? The Paladin hired a certified mold inspector to find out.
After The Call, Part One: Furman’s Network of Mental Health and Student Success Resources
As part of our “After the Call” series on mental health at Furman, The Paladin breaks down Furman’s clinical and non-clinical resources for student wellbeing.
Furman Wins Judge’s Choice at Emory University’s Data Fest
DataFest 2022 kicked off on March 25, giving students in Dr. Roy Bower’s MTH-245 class the chance to put their knowledge to the test.
Author Ed Tarkington ’95 Returns to Furman
Ed Tarkington celebrates Dr. Lynne Shackelford’s retirement and meets with students on campus this week.
Campus Climate Assessment for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Last Fall, the University conducted a Campus Climate Assessment to measure our progress towards Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. President Davis announced the upcoming meetings to discuss the results and recommendations of this Climate Survey in April.
Campus as an Arboretum
Since 2014, Furman’s campus has operated as a Level I certified arboretum. It is named after the late George G. Willis Jr, a 1948 graduate.
Furman Launches Multi-Factor Authentication for Microsoft 365
ITS moves to enable two-factor authentication for Outlook and other services.
8 Years Later: The On-Going Furman Landscaping Project
For 8 years, Furman has been working on remodeling and re-landscaping its iconic mall and entrance.
No Longer Necessary – Furman Lifts its Two-Year Mask Mandate
Furman finally allows optional masking in all spaces, including academic buildings.
President Davis Breaks Ground on South Housing Renovation
February 12 marked the official beginning of renovating freshmen housing.
Increasing Bike Theft On-Campus
Are bikes not as safe on campus as we thought?
SGA Community Dialogue and Petition
It’s time for students to take charge of their education -- and with that comes community dialogue and ‘petitions’ to make voices heard.
Staffing Changes to Center for Inclusive Communities
Following departure of Director of the CIC, Deborah Allen, Connie Carson announces further personnel changes and plans for the Spring semester.
SGA Petition Generates Community Dialogue
Talks for the petition first began among members of the 51st SGA Council after Sophomore Class Representative Meredith Ervin presented her thoughts at the first council meeting this semester.
The Music Department’s Response to “Black @ Furman” Instagram Posts
In 2020, @BlackatFurmanUni shared experiences of racism within the Furman community. The Department of Music shares the result of their investigation following posts indicating discrimination by music faculty.
Furman Announces Large South Housing Construction Project
Furman students were made aware of a new planned South Housing construction project in an email from President Davis on Thursday, January 13.
Professional Bull Riding Comes to Greenville
INTERVIEW WITH PBR RIDER BRYAN TITMAN
WINTER STORM IZZY DAMAGES NORTH VILLAGE APARTMENTS
Siding and soffit broke off North Village buildings A, B and C after high-speed wind gusts.