South Carolina News Briefing

July 20

Greenville News, July 19
Clemson grad, satellite radio pioneer to speak Friday



Anderson Independent Mail, July 19
Anderson University to launch Upstate’s first physical therapy doctorate program


The State, July 19
Up to 1,350 USC students need help recovering from addiction, survey says


SC Supreme Court sides with mega-farms in dispute over siphoning water from rivers



   WYFF   •   USA   •   Jul 20   •   01:41 am
Person hit by train, Clemson police say
CLEMSON, S.C. — A pedestrian was killed after being hit by a train in Clemson. Clemson City Chief of Police Jimmy Dixon said they received


   South Strand News   •   USA   •   Jul 20   •   12:00 am
Clemson, Auburn lead U.S. higher education effort to save wild tiger populations
Consortium and the Global Tiger Initiative Council will convene for a meeting in Clemson on Sept. 8 and 9 to discuss progress and next steps


   Greenville Journal   •   USA   •   Jul 19   •   03:45 pm
Come Together: The pros and cons of big hospital mergers
on how much integration is involved in the partnership,” said Clemson University associate professor of economics Matthew S. Lewis, who has   •   USA   •   Jul 19   •   01:31 pm
Clemson may have the best view of the eclipse in SC. But parking there will cost you
spot makes you wonder if you should go somewhere else, consider this: Clemson is among the top 10 cities in the eclipse’s path because it is   •   USA   •   Jul 19   •   03:18 pm
USC engineering official charged in white collar embezzlement case free on bond
Blake Langland, the University of South Carolina employee accused of stealing more than $400,000 from the school, was given a $50,000   •   USA   •   Jul 19   •   10:27 am
One SC university made the ‘Great Colleges to Work For.’ Can you guess which one?
and our students.” Absent from the 2017 list, however, is the University of South Carolina-Aiken, which made the cut in 2016. The list is


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