WHILE HE WAS A STUDENT in the Bridge to Clemson program, Andy Quattlebaum spent many happy hours at the Snow Family Outdoor Fitness and Wellness Complex.
Traveling for work? Going on vacation? Don’t forget to pack your Tiger Rag!
Since its beginning in 1977, the Clemson Career Workshop has invested in academically talented, underrepresented high school students by introducing them to Clemson through a summer residential program.
Clemson Athletics and Pickens County Habitat for Humanity teamed up to construct a home build project in the city of Clemson.
A skier since childhood — thanks to family trips from Kingstree, S.C., to the Cataloochee Ski Area in Maggie Valley, N.C. — Jay Gamble left his position at Helena Chemical Company in South Carolina to turn skiing from a temporary pursuit into a full-time passion.
Fort Hill is the historic home of the University’s founders, Thomas and Anna Clemson. It has also become a place to honor those who followed their legacy of generosity and giving that made this University what it is today.
THE LATE PAM HENDRIX was an international traveler who understood the incredible learning experiences that studying abroad could provide.
When Hootie Ingram succeeded Frank Howard as head football coach in 1970, he believed the program needed some changes to its image.
As I write this, our campuses are quiet, as they have been since late March when all classes first moved online as result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Thirty years after Hurricane Hugo, Clemson’s Baruch Institute is still in the trenches of hurricane research.