Clemson Memorial Carillon will ring out 20 national anthems
CLEMSON — Clemson University students and faculty will mark the start of Upstate International Month at noon Thursday by playing the anthems of 20 countries on the Clemson Memorial Carillon.
The annual Upstate International Month collaboration will celebrate cultural diversity and heritage in Upstate South Carolina.
The students will play the anthems of such countries as Austria, Belize and New Zealand, among others. Music professor and Clemson University Carillonneur Linda Dzuris will play the U.S., French, Italian and Columbian national anthems.
The students, their majors and the country anthems they will play are:
- Kailey Arnold, graphic communications: Austria
- Emory Burns, chemistry: Canada
- Craig Goodman, chemistry: Thailand and Turkey
- Tim Heist, industrial engineering: South Africa
- Jo Jahn, biological sciences: Germany
- Katie Latta, parks, recreation and tourism management: Belize
- Ken Maassen, mechanical engineering: Finland
- Taylor Maier, computer engineering: Russia and Mexico
- Chandler Schramm, electrical engineering: Dominican Republic and New Zealand
- Rachel Seto, architecture: China
- Julia Spieker, bioengineering: Barbados
- Darby Ward, history: Great Britain and India