Dr. James P. Clements will be installed as the 15th president of Clemson University Friday, May 9, giving a unique twist to the school's spring commencement ceremonies.
This weekend, student-run radio station WSBF will bring numerous bands into town for a night of concerts and fun during its sixth annual Springfest. The only admission price is a donation of cash or canned goods, which goes to Clemson Community Care.
Event-goers at this year's Moogfest in Asheville, N.C., will see clouds in the air — five, to be precise — no matter what the weather proves to be. That is because 17 Clemson University architecture students have been given the task of creating an engaging community space for the five-day festival that begins April 23: an outdoor location for attendees and the community-at-large to gather, rest, relax and recharge — both themselves and, if needed, their cell phones.
Amanda Hobbs, an industrial engineering student at Clemson University, received the Lewis Blackman Patient Safety Champions Student Award at the annual Transforming Health Symposium put on by the South Carolina Hospital Association.
The Clemson University performing arts department presents its annual POPS concert at 5 p.m. Sunday on the lawn of the Charles K. Cheezem Education Center at Patrick Square. Tickets are $25 for seats at the tables under the tent and $10 for lawn seating.
Carnival, concerts and the Color Run — it’s all part of the first ever Spring Scene at Clemson University, a series of events Friday-Sunday planned for students by students.
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.
Clemson University will celebrate undergraduate research at the ninth annual Focus on Creative Inquiry Poster Forum Thursday at the Hendrix Student Center. The event is part of Research and Innovation Month.
The Clemson University Forestry Club placed second overall out of 15 participating universities and finished in the top three in nine individual events at the 57th Annual Association of Southern Forestry Clubs Forestry Conclave hosted by Virginia Tech University.
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.
As a student, young alum Suzanne Pickens was an active part of campus. Now as an alumna, she wants to give that same opportunity to students for generations to come.
A $1 million gift to Clemson University ensures that two legacies that began in the early 1900s will benefit current and future students. In 1938, Frank S. Barnes Jr. of Rock Hill began his freshman year at Clemson College. He followed his father, F.S. Barnes Sr., who graduated from there in 1915. The Sheep Barn was built on campus at the turn of the century.
Clemson University Student Media will host a Five Freedoms Festival Nov. 18 to 22 to celebrate and educate people about the five rights expressly guaranteed by the First Amendment.
Clemson University’s Panhellenic Council, which represents 12 sororities, have donated $22,400 to benefit the Circle of Sisterhood.
Every year, Student Government gets $75,000 to put toward campus improvement projects. And every year, students can submit their ideas in hopes of gaining funding to make their project a reality. Now’s your chance to get funding and administrative support for your perfect idea.