Malcolm Williams doesn’t think he’s remarkable. “I don’t know what story you can write about me except that I’m here,” quipped the dapper 78-year-old during an interview in his modest apartment just off the Clemson University campus. Dressed in his typically stylish manner, with dress slacks, a button-up shirt and fine leather shoes, Williams certainly doesn’t look 78 and, as a college sophomore studying computer information systems, doesn’t act 78 either.
Junior mechanical engineering major JD Norris has been elected to the position of national undergraduate chairman of Kappa Alpha Order. Norris, a native of Detroit, Michigan, will attend the fraternity's executive council meetings and serve in a critical capacity throughout the calendar year alongside vice chairman Winston Gammon of Mercer University.
Pi Alpha Phi was founded by six men in 1929 at the University of California, Berkeley. The organization serves its members, prospective members, friends and the general public, with a focus of five fundamental pillars. Four of the pillars are no stranger to the vision of many fraternities across the country: academic excellence, brotherhood, leadership […]
Clemson University’s College Panhellenic Council was one of 22 college organizations recognized by the National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) with an award for achievement related to the advancement of the sorority experience.
The Southeastern Panhellenic Conference recently recognized Michael D. Steele, an alum of the Clemson University Eugene T. Moore School of Education, with the Jane H. Sutton Advisor of the Year Award at its 2016 conference. Steele, a 2004 graduate of Clemson’s school of education, received the award for exemplifying the ideals of the Greek community […]
The members of Clemson University’s Beta Upsilon Chi fraternity will spend Saturday contributing more than 400 hours to service projects in Anderson and Oconee counties.
Clemson’s chapter of the Sigma Nu Delta fraternity is teaming up with the chapter from the University of South Carolina Thursday for the annual Sigma Nu Game Ball Run. This tradition, which began in 1977, consists of running the football to be used in the annual Clemson-South Carolina football game 138 miles from Columbia to Clemson, or vice versa.
Clemson University officials have developed an interim policy to allow fraternities to hold social activities beginning October 10, provided they meet certain conditions.
Clemson University’s Panhellenic Council, which represents 12 sororities, have donated $22,400 to benefit the Circle of Sisterhood.
Just after finals wrapped up in December, 16 fraternity and sorority life members and two leaders hopped a plane to the Dominican Republic where they spent the next eight days building a home. They left thinking they were going to change the life of others; they came back changed.