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Three Clemson University students won the J.T. Barton Jr. Ethics Scholarship Essay Competition: Thomas Bradford Saad of Greenville; Jacob Aubrey Farlow of Gibsonville, N.C.; and Carson Elizabeth Culver of Roswell, Ga.
It’s fun on the high seas when Opera A La Carte presents Gilbert and Sullivan’s comic opera "H.M.S. Pinafore" at 8 p.m. Monday, March 8, at the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts at Clemson University.
Clemson University will honor two of its alumni at the fifth annual Clemson Celebration of Alumni Entrepreneurs at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, February 25, at the Madren Center.
The Clemson University Symphonic Band, under the direction of professor Mark Spede, will share the stage with two guest conductors at its Tuesday, March 2, concert at the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts.
Clemson University Restoration Institute’s Nick Rigas will represent South Carolina Feb. 19 in Washington at a special meeting of Atlantic coast states on the future of offshore wind energy.
Two people received the 2010 Martin Luther King Jr. Awards for Excellence in Service at the recent 28th Annual MLK Commemorative Service.
Clemson University faculty and students from the biological sciences and philosophy and religion departments will host a celebration Feb. 11-12 honoring the contributions of Charles Darwin to the field of evolutionary biology.
The Clemson Players and the performing arts department at Clemson University will present one of the nation’s first college productions of the multi-award winning Broadway musical "RENT." The performances will be Thursday to Sunday, Feb. 25-28, at the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts.
The Joint City/University Advisory Board has recognized Clemson University’s Habitat for Humanity chapter and former assistant city administrator Chip Boyles with its first-ever Abernathy/Cox One Clemson Awards.
Aubrey Coffee, a lecturer in the department of food science and human nutrition at Clemson University, will appear on the TLC competition series “Ultimate Cake Off” in an episode airing at 10 p.m. Monday, Feb. 8.
Clemson’s Pan African Studies program and the history department will celebrate Black History Month with “Talking Through History: Oral History and the Civil Rights Movement” on Thursday.
A 1980 graduate of the Clemson University architecture program has pledged $150,000 toward the expansion, renovation and restoration of Lee Hall, home to architecture and other building and design-related disciplines.
Lesly Temesvari, professor of biological sciences at Clemson University, has been awarded a Fulbright Scholar grant to teach and conduct research at the University of Siena in Siena, Italy.
Clemson University’s history department kicks off its “Crafting A Collective Past” speaker series on Jan. 25 as Professor Rod Andrew presents “General Wade Hampton, South Carolina, and the Search for Vindication.” Andrew’s presentation will begin at 4 p.m. in room 100 of Hardin Hall and is free to the public.
Michele Abraham has been named state director of the Frank L. Roddy South Carolina Small Business Development Center, effective Jan. 25.