A veteran of two tours in Iraq, Brennan Beck found his path out of PTSD and depression through a veterans writing group. Now he’s sharing that path with others at Clemson.
For one Clemson grad, hard work, long hours, perseverance and preparation have led to the world of NFL football and the Super Bowl, where she is responsible for the most watched 12 minutes in television.
The Red Arrows, an extraordinary unit that included 19 Clemson men, were among the first and the last to serve in the Pacific during World War II.
Thanks to Clemson researchers, the act of knocking over virtual ducks is giving hope to stroke victims.
In the late 1950s and 1960, Francis “Sarge” Lewis was a master sergeant with Clemson’s ROTC unit. He instructed cadets in the basics of military training, and was an integral part of the Clemson Family.