The Clemson University Libraries will host the annual Library Book Sale from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday, September 25, rain or shine, on the Library Fountain Plaza. Some 10,000 books (hardcover and paperback), records, magazines, and children’s books will be offered, with more than 1,000 vinyl phonograph albums available again this year.
Students will be able to get seasonal flu shots from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on these days: Monday, Sept. 21 Wednesday, Sept. 23 Friday, Sept. 25 The vaccinations will be offered in the classroom on the lower level of Redfern Health Center. The shots cost $18, payable by cash or check only at the […]
Two outdoor concerts planned for this week at Littlejohn Coliseum – Corey Smith on Thursday and Tiger Shag on Friday – have been moved indoors due to rainy weather forecasts. Both shows will now be held inside Littlejohn.
The Clemson National Scholars Program has entered its 10th year with eight new members.
More than 250 confirmed and presumed cases of H1N1 flu have been reported at Redfern Health Center since the beginning of the semester, raising concerns the illness along with other necessary medical appointments will exceed Redfern’s capacity to take care of sick students.
The educational leadership program in Clemson University’s Eugene T. Moore School of Education has been accepted as a member of the University Council for Educational Administration. Clemson is the only institution in the state to earn the status.
Seniors and freshmen at Clemson University say they would choose Clemson again if given the opportunity to start their college educations over.
Coca-Cola is partnering with Clemson University’s athletic department and the Solid Green campaign to increase recycling on home football game days.
A Clemson University alumnus and staff member is being honored as a role model for thousands of college students nationwide.
Clemson University sophomore Ashley Adams wanted to support local agriculture, so she is bringing it to the Clemson campus for everyone to enjoy.
Clemson University music professor Linda Dzuris will play the university’s largest musical instrument in an open-air concert Sunday, Sept. 27. Dzuris, the university carillonneur, will play the Clemson University Memorial Carillon, the bells located atop Tillman Hall, at 5 p.m. “Music in the Air VII,” a free concert, will feature Dzuris performing sacred and popular selections as well as a composition inspired by the horrific lynching of an African-American in 1916.
Clemson University will offer a taste of Hispanic culture during the 14th annual Latin Fest Sept. 15 to 17. All events are free and open to the public.
Clemson University awarded more than 700 degrees at its Aug. 8, 2009, graduation ceremony.
A bit of the beach can be found in the Upstate at the Third Annual Tiger Shag at 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 18, on the lawn of Littlejohn Coliseum at Clemson University. Gates will open at 6 p.m.
“Avenue Q,” the smash-hit Broadway musical about “real” life in New York City as told by a cast of puppets and people, will take center stage for two nights Thursday and Friday, Sept. 24 and 25, at the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts at Clemson University.