What Lies Beneath

Clemson researcher Antonio Baeza — with his marine biology students — has discovered a tiny parasite that has implications for a multibillion-dollar fishing industry and, in some ways, the future of our planet.

A Great Time to Remember

Another academic year has started, and I’m enjoying seeing the new faces of students who have been drawn to this institution we love.

My Clemson: George Askew ’76

This year, Askew will celebrate his 50th anniversary at Clemson, across stints as a student, faculty member and administrator — a milestone he’d never envisioned when he arrived on campus as a freshman from South Jersey.

When in Greenville

Let Josh Johnson ’17, M ’19 show you around Greenville, SC.
Janet McHugh ’78 traveled to Egypt, visiting historic sites like the Great Sphinx and Great Pyramid of Giza.

Fall 2022 Travelers

Whether you're traveling for business or going on vacation, don't forget to pack your Tiger Rag!

First Impression

After a two-year absence, the traditional Welcome Back Festival returned to downtown Clemson.

Parting Shot

An aerial image of the Keys Marine Laboratory, where Associate Professor Antonio Baeza and a team of students spent the summer studying the economically important spiny lobster.
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