Eva Diaz knows that her success at law school will depend on her willingness to take action — just as she has for the past four years.
Dana Buskovitz spends her days guiding prospective students around campus, hoping they fall in love with it just like she did.
The future has arrived in room 308 of the Watt Family Innovation Center. The room, known as the Clemson Immersive Space, is a hub for students and faculty interested in experimenting with virtual reality.
I studied in Brussels with eight other students as a part of Wainscott’s European Crossroads program. The city was the base from which we explored much of Belgium.
As a self-taught horticulturalist with a master’s eye for light, Claude Monet arranged his gardens as he wished to paint them. For five weeks this summer, two Clemson students spent their days in those same gardens, planting flowers as Monet would have planted them.
Alternative transportation is coming to Clemson, and it’s coming by bike, with BikeShare, a new bike rental program on campus, leading the movement. Organizers say they hope the program will make a significant impact on quality of life at the University: They see it as a way to bring a cheap, efficient, healthy and environmentally […]
More than 200 Clemson Rugby alumni, with families in tow, converge on Clemson’s campus April 7-9 for an anniversary celebration. But the occasion does more than mark 50 years that the program has been on campus; it provides current and former players with the opportunity to renew old bonds and, perhaps, form new ones. It […]
Forest resources management is actually Deason’s third major at Clemson.
The Clemson Experience is made up of countless moments. These snapshots in our histories make an indelible mark, not only on our pasts, but also on our present and future paths. Here are three Clemson moments, as unique as the students themselves. The common tie is a love of this place and a commitment to […]
The chaos of the 2016 election season hasn’t deterred Clemson students, many of them first-time voters. Students have become engaged in the process and raised their voices — and the ones who have now understand that there’s more to an election than what is seen on TV.
Graduate Student Government President Tyrese Bryant and Vice President Shawn Nanney are focused on making sure graduate voices are heard. Let’s take a minute to learn more about their perspectives on a range of issues.
U-NITES! supplies students with pre-planned, on-campus events that take the stress out of entertainment.