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Clemson Daybook

July 22-23, 2014

Wednesday Event

Last July a flood wiped away most of the South Carolina Botanical Garden’s nature trails and bridges. But thanks largely to Clemson University architecture students who spent much of the past nine months rebuilding the bridges, trails and signs, the garden is fully operational and back to normal. Four of those students will be at the garden at 10 a.m. by the Hunt cabin to discuss the extent of the work and give a personalized tour of the new bridges and signs they built. For information, contact Michael Laderman, (864-656-1222 or 954-695-4082, Mladerm@clemson.edu).

Story Sources

Eat your vegetables, drink your milk – and play video games. Are video games bad for your kids? No, says researcher Jan Holmevik. In fact Holmevik, a professor in Clemson’s English department, encourages adults and kids alike to play even more video games. Holmevik argues that playing video games requires a more interactive approach to problem solving than the typical problem-solving process associated with scientific research. Contact Jan Rune Holmevik at jholmev@clemson.edu.

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