Italy: Guy Chapman '08 and Nancy Zink Chapman '07

Guy Chapman ’08 and Nancy Zink Chapman ’07 hiking in Cinque…

Disney World: Randy Elrod ’82 and Jennifer Elrod ’11

Family vacation to Disney World. Clemson Tigers Randy Elrod ’ 82…

Utah: Steel Bridge Team National Competition

The attached photo is of the 2015-2016 Steel Bridge Team atop…

View from Sikes

In These Hills


Marking our History

The next time you visit campus, you may notice some new additions…
James P. “Jim” Clements was selected Monday to be Clemson University’s 15th president.  He is married to Beth Clements, and they have four children: Tyler, twin daughters Hannah and Maggie, and Grace.

Reflecting Back and Looking Ahead

Happy New Year from campus. The start of a new year and a…

The View from Sikes: Preparing for What Comes Next

A new academic year always brings a sense of renewed optimism…
Douthit Hills

The View from Sikes

Building Futures If you’ve been on campus lately, you’ve…
James Clements

My Freshman Year

Many people have asked me what I learned during my “freshman…

My first semester

My first semester as Clemson’s new president was busy, challenging…
James Clements, Clemson's 15th President

A Message from Clemson's 15th President

I am thrilled to be named the 15th president of Clemson University.…

The Last Lecture

President Barker was the keynote speaker at the Victor Hurst Academic Convocation on August 20, marking the beginning of the 121st academic year.

My Clemson


Lifelong Tigers

Clemson Football indoor practice facility

Indoor practice facility open for business

On Jan. 25, with the weather demonstrating the need for…
The Erwin Center

Erwin Center to support emphasis in advertising and communication

Thanks to a recent $1.05 million gift from Joe ’79 and…
Emeritus College

Emeritus College celebrates 10 years of service

Beyond the active faculty, staff and students found on the…
Automotive Engineering

Duke Energy helps fund workforce development initiative

A $4.11 million grant from Duke Energy to Clemson’s Center…
Vernon Burton

Burton contributes to history

History professor Vernon Burton was one of 10 historians invited…
Sassafras overlook

Architecture students install Sassafras Mountain overlook

From the summit of Sassafras Mountain, you can see Tennessee,…
Ali Rogers

Rogers named first-runner-up in Miss America competition

Miss South Carolina Ali Rogers is just as proud of Clemson…
Summer programs

Summer offerings span the state for students K–12

Opportunities abound this summer at Clemson for young people…
Field Scenario

University/military partnership benefits both

Units such as the U.S. Navy Reserve medical team that MaryBeth…

Clemson Forever

Landmarks | Legends

Chris ’08 and Laura Middleton ’08 Del Campo chilled with the penguins on D’Hainaut Island.
Netherlands David Lyle ’68, M ’79 honored fallen Clemson alumni with Tiger Rags at the Netherlands American Military Cemetery.
United Arab Emirates: Heather Britt ’14 shows her Tiger pride while “dune bashing” in the Dubai desert.
Travelers S-F14 Jordon

Travelers Summer-Fall 2014

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Travelers Spring 2014

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Travelers Winter 2014

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Isle of Palms: Architecture majors Jeremy Tate ’00, M ’05; Betsy Baker Story ’00; Ben Story ’00, M ’05; Adrienne Jacobsen ’01, M ’05; and Joshua Bagwell ’03, M ’05 placed third in the 25th Annual Piccolo Spoleto Sand Sculpture contest with their spectacle. Architecture majors Jeremy Tate ’00, M ’05; Betsy Baker Story ’00; Ben Story ’00, M ’05; Adrienne Jacobsen ’01, M ’05; and Joshua Bagwell ’03, M ’05 placed third in the 25th Annual Piccolo Spoleto Sand Sculpture contest with their spectacular Tiger Paw creation.

Travelers Summer-Fall 2013

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