Clemson senior Raven Magwood believes that dedication, determination and discipline are the sources to her success. She holds a calm and quiet demeanor in the classroom, but that just barely taps the surface of who this young woman is and what she has done in only 19 years.
Sports journalists covering the Penn State sex abuse scandal posted commentary on Twitter that was inherently biased, Clemson University and University of Louisville researchers say. Their study explored how sports journalists used Twitter to develop and promote their stories during the scandal. Their research findings were published Thursday in the International Journal of Sport Communication.
As always, the depth, passion and drive of Clemson students never fail to impress. The graduating Class of 2012 has spent a lot of time exploring — their futures, their interests, their research and their passions. With so much potential, we know they’re off to great things. In the meantime, check out the stories of five of our incredible seniors.
Clemson senior Andrew Wall had been plotting for weeks, making a plan, telling friends and family, trying to figure out how he could propose to a woman he describes as “the happiest, most joyful person I know.”
When we have the opportunity to hear scientists speak directly about such critical issues, we’re sometimes left even more confused. At Clemson, professor Steve Katz is finding ways to help students of science gain a better understanding of scientific communication, both within their own fields and with the public.
With a determined attitude and dedicated work ethic, Cohen Simpson strives for only the best. The young scholar is blowing academics away with his research, while inspiring all with his positive attitude and warm heart.
For Nationwide Insurance® agent and Clemson alumnus Fletcher Anderson, being On Your Side® is not just a company motto, but also a means of providing superior customer service.
Headed for the University of Oxford, Cohen Simpson leaves Clemson with a remarkable story of hard work, dedication and passion.
An instructor told Carpenter to, “Bloom where you’re planted.” Taking that phrase to heart, she put everything she had into this chance-of-a-lifetime internship.
While it might be strange and at the same time exciting for Hattie Duplechain to be heading off to Nepal at the end of the summer, to those who know her it’s completely natural.
Students in Professor David Novak’s Communication Studies senior seminar class partnered with the Upstate Homeless Coalition (UHC) this semester to raise awareness about homelessness in the Greenville and Clemson area. During the week of April 19 through 22, the class will be raising funds at local businesses to support the UHC.
Voters from around the country chose Clemson senior Joyce Allison as the United States representative for Royal Caribbean International and USA Today's Reporter at Sea competition. She spent 5 days reporting and blogging from the brand new cruise ship on its maiden voyage.