Clemson University's campus is experiencing a construction boom, with four major projects underway — Core Campus, Freeman Hall, the Watt Family Innovation Center and Douthit Hills.
When Lindsey Dixon accepted the job of revitalizing the debate team at Clemson, she knew it wouldn’t be an easy task. It wouldn’t be easy largely because, “revitalize” wasn’t the right word; she would be starting from scratch — re-founding. Even so, the debate team couldn’t be described exactly as new. In fact, it was the first inter-collegiate student organization at Clemson.
Clemson University's undergraduate student government is currently accepting proposals for the 2014-15 Capital Improvement Project.
Student publications at Clemson University are not just surviving the media age, with its 24-hour news cycle and social media, but thriving. The four major student publications on campus, even in a tumultuous time for print media, have experienced a rise in demand.
The Bite Counter presents a novel solution to a common problem: By allowing people to monitor their behavior during eating, the Bite Counter can help curb environmental factors that tend to cause overeating.
Another year draws to a close as the graduating class of 2014 steps out of the Clemson scene and brings their potential to new jobs, graduate programs and other opportunities. On May 9, approximately 3,282 graduates will obtain their undergraduate and graduate degrees, showing the world that they’re ready to take on new challenges.
Professor Chris Pagano and student Katie Strathman, a member of Clemson’s Pershing Rifles, worried that Clemson wasn’t taking full advantage of the two cannons on Bowman. They are now working to have new, historically accurate, wheeled carriages built for the cannons.
For senior Carrah Lingo, an encounter with a tiger in the wild represented the culmination of years of hard work with Tigers for Tigers, a Clemson University club dedicated to tiger conservation.