Farm animals at the T. Ed. Garrison Livestock Arena and Cattle Complex received top-notch treatment as Clemson University students showed off their exhibition and evaluation skills during the 2017 Little North American Showmanship Contest.
Four Clemson University students have been selected to receive Fulbright U.S. Student Program grants, and two more were named semifinalists.
The annual Clemson horticulture student plant sale is slated for this Friday, April 7.
Clemson Tigers fans will have a chance to take a stroll across campus and tailgate with some real American heroes as the Clemson Undergraduate Student Government along with the Student Veterans Association hold the third annual Walk For Veterans at 10 a.m. Saturday. The event benefits the Clemson Veterans Scholarship Endowment, a scholarship fund for military veterans attending Clemson.
A Broadway hit, performers from Africa and Clemson University student ensembles will close out the season at the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts in April.
The Southern Margins Short Film Festival Friday and Saturday at Clemson University will showcase innovative short works depicting the experiences of marginal persons and communities in the South.
For the sixth consecutive year, a Pulitzer Prize-winning author will visit Clemson to participate in the Clemson Literary Festival.
Students in several Clemson University organizations are taking spring break trips next week, but they won’t be going to the beach. They’ll be spending their time off volunteering to help others.
A first-generation college student, this Tiger didn't let obstacles deter her from earning her bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees. In turn, she works to help students scale obstacles so that they can achieve the same success.
The newest addition to the Clemson University Fire Department, a fire truck with a 100-foot ladder, is gearing up for action.
Clemson University’s Army and Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) units will hold a joint ceremony to commission 14 second lieutenants at 10 a.m. Wednesday in Tillman Hall auditorium.
He is all about transitions. He joined the Army five days after he graduated from high school and transitioned from an infantry team leader to the rank of sergeant. He completed two year-long deployments to Iraq, earning a Bronze Star for Valor and a Purple Heart following an enemy attack on his platoon. He then transitioned back to a civilian life that was different than the one he'd left. It was difficult, but he grew from the experience and wanted to help others in their journey. Through his veterans' writing group (that he created), his work with student veterans and military-connected students, this staff member, who works as Clemson's assistant director for military and veteran engagement, helps students successfully make the transition from military to civilian life. While he describes himself as a "normal guy," he's anything but normal. He's a hero and he's a Tiger.
Greatist health and fitness website has ranked Clemson amongst the top 26 healthiest colleges in the nation.
David and Lynette Snow of Darien, Connecticut, will match up to $1 million in funds raised through Clemson University’s student affairs advancement staff to complete the intramural field complex on Hartwell Lake. This latest pledge is in addition to the $2.4 million the Snows gave to this project in 2014.
The Princeton Review once again has ranked Clemson University among the nation’s best colleges. Clemson was ranked among the top universities in six categories in The Princeton Review’s “The Best 381 Colleges” 2017 edition.