Clemson University’s student musicians and singers will take the stage at the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts for their final performances of the season this month.
The Clemson University Forestry Club placed second overall out of 15 participating universities and finished in the top three in nine individual events at the 57th Annual Association of Southern Forestry Clubs Forestry Conclave hosted by Virginia Tech University.
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.
Clemson University will host the 24th annual International Festival noon to 4 p.m. on March 30 on Bowman Field. Each year, several thousand students and local visitors attend the event to celebrate the diverse cultures in the Clemson community.
Wildlife biology and natural resources students from across the Southeast will visit Clemson March 20-22 as the Clemson University Chapter of The Wildlife Society hosts the 2014 Southeastern Wildlife Conclave.
For senior Carrah Lingo, an encounter with a tiger in the wild represented the culmination of years of hard work with Tigers for Tigers, a Clemson University club dedicated to tiger conservation.
Clemson University's Brooks Center for the Performing Arts will celebrate its 20th birthday and the accomplishments of student performers at 8 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 6.
Clemson University’s Tigers for Tigers student group is reaching out in the local community through Cubs for Cubs, a program that educates children about tiger conservation.
The Clemson Players will present "The Laramie Project" Nov. 18-22 and 24. Based on the murder of Matthew Shepard, it is a mosaic of dozens of individual voices that offers an exploration of the depths to which humanity can sink and the heights to which it can rise.
A Q&A with the student body president and vice president 2013-14 school year.
Experiencing musical culture outside the classroom and being able to sing in some of the most beautiful cathedrals in Europe was the chance of a lifetime for the CU Singers.
Clemson's recently formed Shotgun Club earned the Division III team high overall score and national championship at the ACUI Collegiate Clay Target National Championships. First-place finishes in several individual events helped the Tigers bring home the gold.
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.
The Clemson University Shotgun Club, propelled by first-place finishes in several individual events, won the Division III national championship and team high overall score at the ACUI Collegiate Clay Target National Championships in San Antonio, Texas.