Many Clemson students are about to embark for spring break, but not to relax, to help others in need. More than 235 students from many organizations will be participating in some kind of service trip next week.
As a student, young alum Suzanne Pickens was an active part of campus. Now as an alumna, she wants to give that same opportunity to students for generations to come.
A $1 million gift to Clemson University ensures that two legacies that began in the early 1900s will benefit current and future students. In 1938, Frank S. Barnes Jr. of Rock Hill began his freshman year at Clemson College. He followed his father, F.S. Barnes Sr., who graduated from there in 1915. The Sheep Barn was built on campus at the turn of the century.
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.
Clemson University’s Panhellenic Council, which represents 12 sororities, have donated $22,400 to benefit the Circle of Sisterhood.
Every year, Student Government gets $75,000 to put toward campus improvement projects. And every year, students can submit their ideas in hopes of gaining funding to make their project a reality. Now’s your chance to get funding and administrative support for your perfect idea.
Clemson University has named Shannon Finning, dean of student affairs at Babson College, as its dean of students and associate vice president of student affairs.
Homecoming Week comes to Clemson, and with it the Habitat for Humanity Homecoming Build. Clemson University is the only school in the country to host a build for homecoming on campus, and this year marks the 20th year that the event has taken place.
Cue the lights and draw back the curtain. Clemson students are making their grand entrance into the world of entertainment by making major entertainment events at Clemson possible. With Clemson University’s concert committee, TigerPaw Productions, students work not only to bring concerts to campus, but also facilitate these events, from marketing to stage building and […]
Clemson lecturer Filiberto Mares sees his classes as not just a way to learn the Spanish language, but an opportunity to share his culture, family and personal experiences.
By demonstrating compliance with The Joint Commission's national standards for health care quality and safety, Clemson University’s Redfern Health Center has earned The Joint Commission's Gold Seal of Approval.
The Clemson University Police Department has been accredited by South Carolina Law Enforcement Accreditation Inc.
Jennifer Bridgeman, Rick Ertzberger, Guadalupe Hackett, Jack Olker, Michael Seigler and Randy Ward are responsible for keeping things running safely and smoothly through parking operations on campus. And whether you are running late to class and decide to slide into a 30-minute space, misplace your parking permit or have an extravagant plea as to why your car shouldn’t be towed, they’ve heard it all.
What do 240 headphones, glow sticks and the Theta Tau Professional Engineering Fraternity have in common? Clemson’s first silent rave! The rave-themed dance party is called “silent” because the music plays through individual headphones given to partygoers.
The Clemson student club Tigers for Tigers has put Clemson on the forefront of tiger conservation by creating an alliance — called the National Tigers for Tigers Coalition — with 12 schools that share the tiger mascot. Their goal is to protect wild tigers by raising national, and even international, awareness.