Invite five of your friends to join you in a game of golf with PGA Tour players Charles Warren and Ben Martin or…. Go on an African safari or… Enjoy a personal “C.J. Spiller Experience” at a Buffalo Bills football game. Any of these experiences – or other special adventures – could be yours by attending the “One Clemson Main Event” 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. April 10 at the ONE Building, 1 North Main St. in downtown Greenville.
Clemson University officials will break ground Friday to start construction of an innovation center that will transform student lives and the academic center of campus.
The South Carolina Botanical Garden at Clemson University is hosting free spring concerts in the amphitheater at 7 p.m. Fridays from April 4 through May 2.
Filmmaker and author John de Graaf will screen his documentary “The Great Vacation Squeeze” Monday, March 24, at Clemson University. The screening will be from 2 to 3 p.m. at the Strom Thurmond Institute’s Self Auditorium.
The inaugural Judith E. Voelkl Memorial Recreational Therapy Workshop will be Monday, March 24, at Clemson University’s Hendrix Student Center. The all-day workshop will feature sessions by some of recreational therapy’s top scholars and cover such topics as adaptive sports programming, compassion fatigue and self-care, the use of fine arts in psychiatric settings, Reiki, standardized quality of life assessments and energy medicine.
Will student-athletes have the "GPA to Play" for the NCAA in 2016? Middle and high school coaches, administrators, counselors, teachers, parents and student-athletes can learn about the changes that will effect eligibility for the NCAA at the “GPA to Play” Athletic Eligibility Conference sponsored by Clemson University’s Athletic Leadership Program.
Comical songwriter-humorist Carla Ulbrich, who is known as the "Singing Patient," will present the Calhoun Lecture Series' William H. Hunter Endowed Lecture at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 6, in the Self Auditorium in the Strom Thurmond Institute. The program is free and open to the public.
Learn how scientists are designing plans to save rare species, such as giant pandas and golden lion tamarins. A Smithsonian Institution expert, Jonathan Ballou, will speak at Clemson on breeding strategies used to preserve endangered animals in captive populations.
“The World’s Her Oyster: 70 Years of Making Art” exhibit by Jeanet Dreskin is currently on display at the Lee and Acorn Gallery at Clemson University until Feb. 13.
United States Poet Laureate Natasha Trethewey will read at the 7th annual Clemson Literary Festival March 27 at the Clemson University Alumni Center.
Clemson University celebrates Military Appreciation Day on Saturday as the Clemson football team plays host to The Citadel at noon. The university has a full slate of activities planned throughout the day in conjunction with the 20th anniversary of the event. The game features the school’s first-ever Purple Out as fans are encouraged to wear purple in support of the military.
As the annual football game against the University of South Carolina approaches, Clemson University will participate in several time-honored traditions to prepare for the rivalry matchup on Saturday, Nov. 30, in Columbia.
Clemson University Student Media will host a Five Freedoms Festival Nov. 18 to 22 to celebrate and educate people about the five rights expressly guaranteed by the First Amendment.
The Clemson University Staff Senate is set to host the Second Annual Sprint for Success 5K at 9 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 9, to benefit the Staff Senate Scholarship Fund, which awards scholarships to Clemson students who are the children of university staff members.
Bob Zellner, a civil rights activist and former Freedom Rider, will speak at Clemson University’s MLK Commemorative Service Jan. 21, 2014.