South Carolina News Briefing

November 17

Greenville Journal, Nov. 16
New Clemson year-long residency program hopes to increase teacher retention



   Index-Journal   •   USA   •   Nov 17   •   03:00 am
Clemson Column: Early prep for spring
seed and plant catalogs and educate yourself on many plant topics at Clemson University’s Home and Garden site,   •   USA   •   Nov 16   •   10:40 pm
Clemson faculty & students send petition calling on University to publicly denounce racism
CLEMSON, SC – More than a dozen student and faculty members at Clemson University posed for photos Thursday, holding up more than 500


   Independent Mail   •   USA   •   Nov 16   •   05:11 pm
Clemson students’ recipes featured in gingerbread cookbook
Cuneo, who graduated with a food science degree from Clemson. Cuneo encourages all Clemson students to participate in at least one Creative   •   USA   •   Nov 16   •   05:02 pm
Why Military Appreciation Day means so much to this Clemson linebacker
Clemson linebacker Chad Smith has stood at the top of the hill at Death Valley before games numerous times since arriving on campus in 2015.


   Greenville Online   •   USA   •   Nov 16   •   03:10 pm
Sassafras Mountain tower work to begin this month
viewing platform on the west side of Sassafras, put in place by Clemson University architectural students, will remain open, along with the


   The Post and Courier   •   USA   •   Nov 16   •   04:00 pm
Southern Living Magazine honors distinguished Southerners, including 4 from S.C.
Shields, a food scholar at the University of South Carolina, and Brian Ward, a food scholar at Clemson University, have worked to preserve


   Moultrie News   •   USA   •   Nov 16   •   09:08 am
Legend Award presented to outgoing CCPRC Executive Director Tom O’Rourke
CCPRC executive director, O’Rourke is also a Professor of Practice at Clemson University in the Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management


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