Visitors to Greenville’s Westin-Poinsett Hotel this Christmas season will have the opportunity to take a walk through horticultural history that is linked to the hotel’s namesake thanks to 10 Clemson University horticulture students.
Clemson University’s Scroll of Honor, comprised of alumni who died on active military service, recently added its 485th name. Carlos Golightly Harris was added to the Scroll following an extensive vetting process conducted by the Clemson Corps. Harris died in 1926 of complications from wounds suffered during World War I.
Three Clemson students dedicated to sustainability made a statement outside Holtzendorff Hall Friday by proving just how dedicated to the cause they are.
An interdisciplinary group of Clemson students Saturday will showcase their original video productions about a small Appalachian community in Pickens County known as Liberia, which was founded by freed slaves after the Civil War and remains occupied by their descendants nearly two centuries later.
Clemson’s long history of supporting the military will grow even richer this month as the new Student Veterans Resource Center opens in Tillman Hall on Nov. 20.
Those old golf clubs can be put to good use Nov. 21 as the Tigers for Troops Golf Tournament tees off at Boscobel Golf and Country Club of Pendleton to benefit the American heroes who choose Clemson to further their lives after their service in the armed forces.
The awe-inspiring ability of light to capture the beauty and significance of the microscopic world was displayed this week during the Clemson Light Imaging Facility’s Microscopy Symposium, “Exploring the Magnificent Microcosm.”