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.
The early, muted dusk of the cold December evening shrouded a Tiger’s head bowed by a relentless and rootless fatigue. She waited for the bus to take her back to her empty apartment where she planned to end everything. She felt like she had been dying for so long that she was already dead. As […]
Although his most recent publication is Keith Morris' fifth successful print, he has a complicated relationship with his craft. Honestly, he'd rather mow the grass than write.
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.
Kara Robertson is a voice of Clemson to future students. Not only has she been a front row fan at football games with her own face painted like a Tiger, she has spent her college career telling the Clemson story.
Longboarding and Clemson go together like football and tailgating – perfectly.
All over campus, major changes have hit the landscape — literally, you can see Tillman Hall’s spire from the Clemson exit on Hwy. 123. Fortunately, Clemson’s graduate students have chosen individuals that not only handle the change, but lead Clemson to excellence. Among these leaders are the Graduate Student Government (GSG) President Guneet Bedi and […]
Take a moment to meet six Clemson seniors and see where they're headed after graduation.
Graduate Student Government (GSG) has accepted a mission. Their purpose? Push Clemson up the ranks and contribute to its prestige. Their plan? Engage the members of Clemson’s graduate school and encourage innovative interaction between students and the world. Their biggest challenge is connecting all the facets of Clemson’s Graduate School. Beyond the different academic disciplines, […]
When students from the United States choose Clemson, they usually expect that life won’t be too different. But when an international student decides to attend Clemson University, he or she leaves more than just a country: They leave familiarity and certainty. Yet, all of these individuals come to campus hoping to make a temporary home. […]
Petite hands cut, paste, and glue, covering the pages of a binder in the bedroom of a 6th grade girl. Don’t look for celebrities and pretty pictures — instead, clippings of world hunger, sustainability concerns and oppression fill the sleeves. A notebook full of things that hurt the maker’s soul. Emily Blackshire called this binder […]
Despite its name, the Clemson Literary Festival is more than an academic endeavor. It is a time for characters of all kinds to learn in a fun, relaxed environment about the craft of literature.
When John Morse, Clemson professor emeritus of entomology, thinks of insects, he thinks of a future where understanding biodiversity helps save the world.
His name is Stanlee. He makes his home in a glass case smack dab in the middle of the building’s entryway foyer, a far cry from the Clemson Burger King where he used to reside, and even further from South Africa.
“MLK week has transitioned into asking, ‘What does MLK’s dream look like in today’s world?’ and ‘How can we continue to live that dream?’” Many students see the point of the week as hosting a multi-ethnic, campus-wide celebration of inclusion and different perspectives.