Clemson University has inducted Robert P. “Pat” Jenkins of Greer into the Fort Hill Legacy Society, which honors donors posthumously for leaving $1 million or more to the university in their estate plans.
Zombies will have people running for their lives when Clemson University’s Staff Senate, CLEMSONLiVE and the City of Clemson team up to host the first ever Clemson Zombie Run at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 30, at Nettles Park. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Staff Senate Scholarship Fund and Helping Hands of Clemson.
The 58th annual Tigerama Homecoming Pep Rally Friday night will kick off the weekend’s 100th anniversary Homecoming celebration.
How to control urban pests and the diseases they carry will be the focus of a daylong forum hosted by Clemson University urban entomology experts Oct. 27 at the Madren Conference Center.
The Clemson University Center for China Studies will host former U.S. President Jimmy Carter via webcast and international trade litigator Scott Lincicome as a part of its speaker series at 6 p.m. Thursday in Lee Hall Auditorium. The event is open to the public and free to all Clemson students, faculty and staff.
Packaged products confront consumers continuously in nearly every aspect of daily life. The public can not only imagine, but listen to and look at the future of packaging during two free events celebrating Clemson University Sonoco Packaging Institute’s “Five Years of Thinking Outside the Box.”
Clemson University will host the 2014 Southeast Regional Collegiate Soil Judging Contest beginning Sunday through Oct. 9 at sites on and around campus. Some 150 participants from 11 Southern universities will spend four days describing, classifying and interpreting soils to master techniques used to understand soil and landscape characteristics.
The Institute for Parks at Clemson University will recognize five individuals for their exemplary leadership in environmental issues at the George B. Hartzog Jr. Awards Luncheon.
The South Carolina Botanical Garden's Fall Plant Sale will be Friday and Saturday. The Friday sale is for Friends of the Garden and will be 2-6 p.m. Saturday's 9 a.m.-1 p.m. sale is for the public.
Clemson University will host a weeklong series of campus events focused on bringing attention to the plight of wild tigers and ensuring their survival. Tigers Always Conservation Week will take place Sept. 23–27 and will feature an array of tiger-centric happenings.
The Clemson community will gather at 6 p.m. Friday for the annual First Friday Parade, a 40-year tradition before the first home football game.
Established in 1954, the Paul Taylor Dance Company is one of the world's most highly respected and sought-after ensembles. The group will take the stage at 8 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 18, at the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts at Clemson University.
BLACKVILLE — The unofficial emblem of summer -- the watermelon -- gets a special day in the sun July 10 when Clemson Universtiy's Edisto Research and Education Center hosts a field day for farmers of the crop.
A program to recognize the unsung heroes who defended the country’s freedom in war will be 4-6 p.m. Sunday at Golden View Baptist Church, 105 Church St., Clemson. “A Salute to our Everyday Heroes” is sponsored by the Clemson Area African American Museum in partnership with the Charles H. Houston Center at Clemson University, according to Starlett Russell Craig, director of the Houston Center’s Office of Academic Excellence.
It was a busy start to the summer as the College of Health, Education and Human Development (HEHD) and Eugene T. Moore School of Education held two summits in May focused on issues critical to youth and children. The college-sponsored Summit for Youth Success was held May 12-13, drawing education, government and nonprofit officials to […]