Clemson students played only a small part in the lives of the seven tigers we saw — but the tigers (and their breathtaking homeland) have had an irrevocable impact on mine. I hope that every student has the opportunity to experience a similar shift in perspective — one that, I believe, can only be gained through cultural immersion and global learning.
Another year and another class of Clemson students are graduating and heading out to make their mark on the world. We will miss them, but are equally excited to see what they accomplish next.
Every Tiger has a Clemson story. Many are drawn to this campus for the school spirit that surrounds football season, for the intangible family feel, for the world-renowned research opportunities and unique study programs. Leah VanSyckel’s story starts a little differently. “I didn’t even finish my application as a senior in high school,” she said. […]
A double religious studies and economics major, Alexander Batson crosses divisions between disciplines to make the contradictory complementary. And, a couple times per month, he takes overnight “striping trips” to paint lines on out-of-town parking lots.
Meet the candidates: With the undergraduate student body elections starting March 2, it’s time to get to know this year’s student leader candidates and what they stand for.
'What's next' is an ever-changing question, and one that Clemson faculty, staff and students have tackled over the past year. The result is ClemsonFoward, a strategic plan that represents the ideas, ambitions and hopes of the Clemson community.
The Eugene T. Moore School of Education focuses on improving the quality of life in South Carolina by improving education. And it couldn’t come at a better time for the Palmetto State, which has nearly 30 percent of individuals under the age of 18 who live below the poverty line.
On the day dedicated to his memory, there is no better time to pause and reflect on what we have learned from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Though it may be impossible to adequately describe the scope of change effected by his leadership, his legacy has made a permanent impression on the people who are […]
Behind the scenes, backstage and on the sidelines of the Rose Parade — yet seemingly at the center of it all— you’ll find Clemson alumnae Karen Sunshine.
In partnership with the Spiro Institute, the Center for Career and Professional Development is hosting its first-ever “Unleash Your Inner Tiger” networking event.
While at Clemson, each student can make it possible for four families to have a home of their own.
The sense of home so often associated with phrases like “Clemson Family” and “Solid Orange” isn’t always automatic. Just five years ago, Leah was more quiet than confident, more reserved than rowdy and more inclined to avoid competition than embrace it.
They are recognized by everyone on game day, but known by no one. They’re the biggest fans on the field, but they’ve got nothing to say.
After a historically close presidential race, Shannon Kay and Shaq Thomas are Clemson’s newest undergraduate student leaders. We sat down with Shannon and Shaq to learn more about this dynamic duo and their plans for the upcoming year.
Shari Furman refuses to blend in with her surroundings and is an electrical engineering major with an interest in bioengineering — an ambitious combination that she chose simply because she didn’t want to limit herself to one discipline.