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.
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With faith and tenacity, Michelle Ducworth ’00 put her family farm back to work
The CARE Network at Clemson addresses student issues and concerns with a formal system designed to identify needs on campus
Creative Inquiry student-faculty teams’ research on artificial intelligence spans topics from Shakespeare and advertising to the game of chess and color-correction technology.
A short story introducing the title character of noted author Emily B. Martin’s new young adult fiction series
Paul Lee ’82 needed a kidney. When Ruthie Traylor Hite ’83 found out she was a match, she didn’t hesitate.
More than 20 years ago, a small group gathered in Clemson to discuss the need for something they felt was missing from campus — a quiet place for meditation, introspection or worship. A Clemson chapel.
Roy Jones has devoted years to chronicling South Carolina’s part in the U.S. civil rights movement.
Clemson’s Mock Turtle Soup is more than an improv group – it’s a family