With its unique blend of disciplines, the College of Architecture, Arts and Humanities immerses students in both the abstract and practical activities of human imagination
Clemson University’s History Graduate Student Association will host its first conference Feb. 27 from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. in historic Hardin Hall. The conference theme is “Aftermath: European Reactions to War, Genocide and Catastrophe in the Twentieth Century.” For the daylong conference, Clemson students will be joined by undergraduate, master’s and Ph.D. students from […]
A reading by U.S. Poet Laureate Charles Simic is the featured event of the ninth annual Clemson Literary Festival April 6-8.
Clemson University has launched a new video series that puts experts on your screen when and where you want them. "On the Table," a public policy series from ClemsonTV, tackles such tough subjects as concussions in sports, the role of technology in our lives and health screening disparities, providing in-depth discussion from leading researchers and scholars who are members of the Clemson faculty.
On Tuesday, the Clemson Architecture Center in Charleston and American Institute of Architects, Charleston Chapter, will hold another installment of its joint lecture series with a presentation by architect Burnette of Wendell Burnette Architects.
Clemson University has leased space in the historic, renovated 19th-century Cigar Factory on East Bay Street for its Charleston-based programs in architecture, historic preservation, Architecture+Health and landscape architecture.
Clemson University opens the doors for campus and community constituents to visit the new Watt Family Innovation Center during an open house Friday, Jan. 22, from 2:30–4:30 p.m.
Kara Robertson is a voice of Clemson to future students. Not only has she been a front row fan at football games with her own face painted like a Tiger, she has spent her college career telling the Clemson story.
Everyone wants to know — how has Clemson Athletics been able to create such incredible material on social media? The answer might surprise you.
During the month-long research and creation period, the students used library books and carts to create their sculptures on-site in Cooper.
Parlor Press, the scholarly publishing company founded and edited by Clemson University professor David Blakesley, has received this year’s Best Book award from the Council of Writing Program Administrators.
A team of Clemson University researchers has received $850,000 from the National Science Foundation for a four-year comprehensive study of conservation easements in the United States.
Clemson University’s Legacy Month culminated with a formal ceremony under the trees of Fort Hill to recognize Roy and Marnie Pearce with a bronze leaf dedication and induction into the Fort Hill Legacy Society, posthumous honors for donors who leave $1 million or more to the university.
The odds are that people who have been to a Clemson Players production in the last few years have witnessed the work of senior performing arts major, Rebekah Swygert. Swygert has spent much of her time at Clemson University creating props and makeup designs for Players' productions.
Once forgotten in the evolution of martial arts, longsword dueling is making a comeback in these hills. Clemson Longsword is situated in a larger, worldwide resurgence of medieval martial arts.
Senior performing arts major Gabriella Lourigan (2016), who is from Irmo, traveled to the American West this summer for a “life-changing” summer as a carpentry apprentice at the Santa Fe Opera in New Mexico. At the end of the summer, Lourigan was awarded the Agnes M. Canning Apprentice Award. Read about Lourigan’s journey by going to: http://newsstand.clemson.edu/?p=125280