Libby Steadman began her career as a Clemson nursing student and ended it as an Army colonel, a trailblazer in her own right.
The love story of a Clemson graduate, a Winthrop graduate, Clemson House, a farm in Orangeburg and beyond.
Traveling for work? Going on vacation? Don’t forget to pack your Tiger Rag!
Aloha, and welcome to Maui! My name is Alex Urban, class of 2011. I majored in political science and minored in communications studies at Clemson and now work in professional golf as the executive director for the Sentry Tournament of Champions played at Kapalua each year on the PGA Tour. I have been living on Maui […]
The South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities, tucked into the heart of downtown Greenville, hosts a myriad of talented and well-trained faculty who are dedicated to mentoring high school sophomores, juniors and seniors, immersing them in the arts with classes on dance, music, visual arts, drama and creative writing. Students work closely […]
Greetings from Clemson! This academic year has been one like no other. But as we begin 2021, I can say that I am incredibly proud to be a part of the Clemson Family. Our faculty, staff and students have come together during extremely challenging circumstances, demonstrating flexibility, care and compassion, and resilience. In this issue […]
This past year, four large reproductions of historic quilts were installed on the exterior of Greenville’s Sterling Community Center. The original quilts are owned by residents of the historic Sterling neighborhood located adjacent to Greenville’s West End. The quilt on the front of the building is an example of quilts that provided coded information for […]
Calvin “Chip” Jackson, devoted supporter of the College of Education and longtime educational and civic leader in South Carolina, was named the second recipient of the Distinguished Friend of the College of Education Award. The award is given to honor an individual, partner or program that has provided significant support over time to the college. […]
Asked how she could help her community, associate professor of scenic design Shannon Robert, came up with a simple idea that soon turned a group of virtual strangers into a small community. On a normal day, the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts is alive with theatrical productions, music concerts and other cultural opportunities for […]
Pamela Maddex Hendrix of Kiawah Island, S.C., was posthumously named honorary alumna by the Alumni Association. Hendrix graduated from Winthrop University in 1965 and married Leon “Bill” J. Hendrix ’63, M ’68* in 1967. Through their marriage, Pam developed a deep love for Clemson and later saw her four children graduate from the University: Jill […]