The alumni office has been busy with plans that provide you a plethora of ways to get together with your fellow Tigers.
Articles by Nancy Spitler
The Women’s Alumni Council held the 19th annual Bring Your Daughter to Clemson event in May. More than 40 volunteers from the council hosted and staffed the event that brought 132 girls aged 6-18 and their chaperones to campus. A mix of activities was planned to provide participants a better idea of what life as […]
Tigers celebrating more than 50 years since graduating returned to campus for reunion this year. Members of the Class of ’67, plus representatives of 19 other Golden Tiger classes, gathered for meals and memories at the Madren Center.
History professor Rod Andrew took a group of students to France and Belgium to analyze the events of D-Day and the Battle of the Bulge. The students came back profoundly affected.
Today’s libraries are not the quiet, coffee-free stacks of days gone by. In Cooper Library, you find collaborative study spaces, a coffee shop and convenience store, and the largest computer lab on campus.
For the fourth year in a row, a herd of hungry goats has arrived on campus to devour dense tangles of invasive plants that have plagued portions of campus for decades.
Core Campus is a hub of activity. It’s a place where students can dine, study and even sleep. Now they’ll also be able to experience an original work of art by nationally and internationally acclaimed artist Koryn Rolstad of Koryn Rolstad Studios in Seattle.
By Keith Lee Morris A chilling fable about a family marooned in a snowbound town whose grievous history intrudes on the dreamlike present. The Addisons-Julia and Tonio, ten-year-old Dewey, and derelict Uncle Robbie-are driving home, cross-country, after collecting Robbie from yet another trip to rehab. When a terrifying blizzard strikes outside the town of Good […]