Another class of Clemson students will be walking across the commencement stage this week, graduating and heading out to make their mark on the world. So, let’s take a minute to meet three of those graduating students.
Aaron Draplin, creator of Field Notes, is coming to Clemson for a day-long event on Feb. 22 that is sure to inspire Clemson faculty, staff and students. The Portland-based graphic designer has worked with clients that include Nike, Burton snowboard, Esquire, Red Wing, Ford Motor Company, WIRED, Field & Stream, NYTimes and the Obama administration.
The Hanover House is a living testament to the famed Clemson “determined spirit” – having defied all odds to still be standing.
Clemson students played only a small part in the lives of the seven tigers we saw — but the tigers (and their breathtaking homeland) have had an irrevocable impact on mine. I hope that every student has the opportunity to experience a similar shift in perspective — one that, I believe, can only be gained through cultural immersion and global learning.
If you think you’re seeing double on campus this fall, you just might be as the incoming freshman class includes 22 sets of twins and three sets of triplets (where two of the three siblings are attending Clemson).
Every Tiger has a Clemson story. Many are drawn to this campus for the school spirit that surrounds football season, for the intangible family feel, for the world-renowned research opportunities and unique study programs. Leah VanSyckel’s story starts a little differently. “I didn’t even finish my application as a senior in high school,” she said. […]
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.
What a time to be a Clemson Tiger! As a year filled with national recognition, campus developments, innovative projects and our football and soccer teams in the running for national titles, 2015 was an explosion of Clemson dominance on and off the field. This year’s list of top stories — and videos — both confirm […]
Longboarding and Clemson go together like football and tailgating – perfectly.
Clemson alums Javis Austin and Richie Parker live by this manta, and they recently encouraged Clemson students to do the same. But it’s not just about giving someone an opportunity; it’s also about preparing yourself for an opportunity, expecting one and then making the most of it.
They are recognized by everyone on game day, but known by no one. They’re the biggest fans on the field, but they’ve got nothing to say.
Studying abroad is an experience unlike any other. They say the best way to learn a language is through immersion, but I would argue that it’s an even better way to learn about the world.
We asked Clemson students, friends and alumni what the best piece of advice they'd give to incoming students. Here are their top six answers.
Once again, Clemson saw record numbers of students applying to become Tigers. Take a minute to look at who will be next to us in this “sea of orange,” as we call it around here.