Top 10 of 2016: Let’s take a look back at our most-popular stories the last year
One of our favorite things every year is to look back and re-read some of our favorite stories from the past year. And those stories and videos never disappoint. So take a minute and revisit some of our most popular stories from the past year. This certainly doesn’t cover every amazing thing that happened at Clemson in 2016, but it’s a taste. Enjoy!
Top 8 most-read stories on Clemson.edu
#8 — Halftime is showtime
Back in February, we took a minute to meet with Clemson alumna Sarah Moll who is in charge of the Superbowl halftime show.
A combination of high workforce demand and low supply of college grads in a thriving economic sector is translating into excellent internship and job prospects for Clemson students majoring in many agriculture and forestry disciplines.
Clemson once again is ranked as a best value by Kiplinger. Among the top 100 colleges, the Tigers are listed as a No. 24 value for in-state students and No. 36 for out-of-state students.
February is one of our favorite times of year because our future Tigers find out they are Tigertown Bound! Just look at their happy faces!
In Coach Dabo Swinney’s mind, if you don’t win the right way, you lose.
When Leslie Sanders walked across the graduation stage in May, she was the seventh Sanders sibling to get a Clemson degree.
As the Clemson Tigers football and soccer teams took the national stage by storm in 2015, everyone wanted to know how Clemson created such incredible material on social media.
To be located near the heart of campus, the Samuel J. Cadden Chapel will be a place to celebrate, meditate, worship and remember.
Top 2 most-watched videos:
#2 — Clemson shines again in Princeton Review rankings
When the Princeton Review rankings came out in August, Clemson was tops once again.
#1 — A surprise return home
U.S. Navy ENS William Sears comes home from overseas to surprise his family in a big way!