New signs installed as part of board’s history of Clemson plan
Clemson has taken another significant step in sharing its complete history with the installation of new signs at the 11 historic buildings on the main campus and enhanced markers at Gantt Circle. The signs are the latest example of the work being done as a result of recommendations developed in early 2016 by a history task force commissioned by the University’s board of trustees.
Also being installed are granite markers to enhance the campus commemoration of the historic enrollment of Harvey B. Gantt ’65, the first African-American to enroll at Clemson. The signage will complement an existing historic marker and recognize action by the board of trustees to officially name the circular drive in front of Tillman Hall “Gantt Circle.” Gantt’s registration took place inside Tillman Hall.
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