Thanks to Clemson grad Darryl McCune and his partner Hugh Martin, more than 120 young people aged 8-17 gained firsthand experience with IT, life skills and the arts during an eight-week summer program called the i-STEAM Experience (Innovation through Science Technology Engineering Arts and Mathematics). McCune and Martin run CommunityCode, a high-impact nonprofit with the goal of introducing children to the world of IT so they have the opportunity to learn critical skills that will help them advance both professionally and personally.
The Spiro Institute for Entrepreneurial Leadership has joined with the Institute for Economic Development, Clemson’s College of Business and Behavioral Science (CBBS) and the Office of Economic Development at Clemson University to announce a collaborative alliance to advance the Technology Villages program.
The Clemson community will gather at 6 p.m. Friday for the annual First Friday Parade, a 40-year tradition before the first home football game.
Clemson University’s Panhellenic Council, which represents 12 sororities, is raising funds this week to benefit Circle of Sisterhood, a philanthropic organization that unites sorority women in an effort to increase education opportunities for girls in developing nations.
Many Clemson students are about to embark for spring break, but not to relax, to help others in need. More than 235 students from many organizations will be participating in some kind of service trip next week.
Marcia Barker, former first lady of Clemson University, received the Abernathy/Cox One Clemson Award at Thursday’s annual Joint University/City meeting.
Clemson University’s Panhellenic Council, which represents 12 sororities, have donated $22,400 to benefit the Circle of Sisterhood.
Clemson student and Miss South Carolina Ali Rogers is working hard to make a difference in others' lives. One of Ali's passions is serving children with disabilities.
Clemson University’s undergraduate research program — called Creative Inquiry — is paving the way for unique opportunities for engaged learning and research by challenging the creative minds of faculty and students.
Let’s take a look back at 2012 and see what you read the most in The Echo and on the Clemson Alumni Homepage, plus, which alumni profile stories you found most intriguing.
Every Sunday, 15 Clemson students trek to Generations Group Home to hang out with the boys who live there. Every Sunday, these boys — who are at the home to receive care for past sexual abuse charges — get to play ball, learn new games, practice their social skills and learn how to heal from past mistakes.
Service can be found in every nook and cranny on campus and off. Student organizations, undergraduate research, class projects, service-learning, alternative breaks, mission trips, faculty efforts — through all these groups, service is at Clemson’s core.
Every time a Clemson student passes away, the entire student body is affected. Students have always joined together to actively memorialize their peers, and now, through numerous memorial projects, students’ lives are being commemorated by their peers more than ever.
News travels fast, especially in a small community. In January 2012, the news of a family who lost its home in a fire the day after Christmas traveled from an 8-year-old to an elementary schoolteacher to a University administrator to a Clemson student. That student took action. When the home burned, it took with it […]
The ’55 Exchange is not asking students what their favorite flavor is, but what flavor best represents their favorite charity.