The future has arrived in room 308 of the Watt Family Innovation Center. The room, known as the Clemson Immersive Space, is a hub for students and faculty interested in experimenting with virtual reality.
TAPS, Clemson University’s yearbook since 1908, will print its final edition at the end of the 2017–18 academic year. Following a steady decline in yearbook sales, the student media group decided to move to a quarterly interest magazine beginning in the fall of 2018.
A brotherhood like no other was on display Saturday as veterans who now are students at Clemson University visited their brothers- and sisters-in-arms at the Richard M. Campbell Veterans Nursing Home in Anderson to deliver 220 hand-made care packages and, more importantly, share some time with those who fought before them.
The Clemson University Office of Inclusion and Equity is taking a holistic approach to carrying out the goals and objectives outlined in the ClemsonForward strategic plan to embrace and promote an inclusive environment for higher learning. Chief Diversity Officer Lee Gill and Executive Vice President and Provost Robert Jones co-chair the Clemson University Council on Diversity and Inclusion (CUCDI).
Clemson University will hold its annual Solid Green Day from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday. Students, faculty and staff are invited to participate in cleaning up litter following Homecoming activities on Clemson’s main campus.
Nick Lang of Clemson University Campus Activities and Events was named 2017 recipient of the Carol Eden-Epps Outstanding Graduate Student Award from the South Carolina College Personnel Association. The award recognizes outstanding contributions and potential in the field of student affairs by a graduate student. Lang is a second-year graduate student from Arab, Alabama, working toward a master’s degree in counselor education with a focus on student affairs in higher education. Lang is a graduate assistant for student organizations and clubs with Campus Activities and Events.
It’s the song that "shakes the Southland." It’s the song that shakes Death Valley as members of an orange sea triumphantly thrust their fists in the air while spelling out “Clemson.” It’s “Tiger Rag.” The 2017 football season marks the 75th anniversary of the use of the tune as the official Clemson fight song.
Clemson University marine scientists and students are leading efforts to solicit help for the hurricane-impacted Florida Keys and Caribbean.
The annual Tigerama Pep Rally Friday will kick off the Clemson University Homecoming weekend festivities with a growl and a bang. The event, produced entirely by students, will take place in Death Valley. It will also be live-streamed online at http://bit.ly/CULIVE.
An exhibit celebrating the artwork of eight award-winning Upstate women is being presented at the Lee Gallery at the Clemson University Center for Visual Arts through Nov. 8.
The Clemson University chapter of Habitat for Humanity is starting its annual Homecoming Build Wednesday. The project takes place on Bowman field and is the organization’s biggest project each year.
The Carolinas Communication Association’s annual conference will be held from Sept. 28-30 at the Hendrix Student Center at Clemson University.
Clemson’s Welcome Back Festival raised $18,700 for student scholarships this year.
One, two, three… five, six, seven. That’s the eight-count beat many instructors use to teach beginners a hot and very popular dance move. The four and eight count are a given and you can find out why Saturday at sunset when Clemson University students, faculty, staff and surrounding communities unleash the “rhythm of the night” at the amphitheater for "Salsa at Sunset."
The university’s longest-serving student-led tiger conservation group is calling on fellow students to join the effort to protect Clemson’s adored mascot. Entering its 20th year on campus, Tigers for Tigers (T4T) will hold a series of informational meetings in early September for students interested in joining the effort to protect tigers. “The club really thrives […]