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U.S. Air Force General John “Jay” Raymond, Chief of Operations for United States Space Force and the highest-ranking graduate in the history of Clemson University’s ROTC program, speaks during the retirement ceremony for Col. Keith Balts on Sept. 18, 2020.
To Clemson and beyond: How a Clemson graduate became the leader of the US Space Force
Matthew Grubbs, Senior Reporter • November 30, 2023

Clemson has a rich-rooted legacy in military service, but only one alum has defended the United States at the highest level and the highest altitude. Gen. John W. Raymond graduated from Clemson in 1984 and helped defend the United States as the first-ever chief of space operations, the highest rank...

“It is still a common feeling for club sports leadership to feel stuck out on an island with no ideas on how to make events that support your organization’s mission possible,” Jackie Hanna, club sailing’s student executive advisor, told The Tiger.
Underwater: Waterski and sailing clubs excluded from new watersports facility
Blake Mauro, Editor-in-Chief
Clemson women’s soccer has played nothing short of exceptional all season, punching its first ever ticket to Cary, North Carolina, for the College Cup.
Radwanski sings team's praises ahead of historic trip to College Cup
Grace O'Donnell, Sports Editor
The Tiger has welcomed 20 new senior staff members this semester, causing some of our members to sit on the floor during our meetings.
Editorial: There are faces in your spaces
The Tiger Editorial Board
Linvill’s misinformation research was featured in a CNN article and on television.
Clemson professor’s research on misinformation featured on CNN
Juliana Coates, Senior Reporter • November 30, 2023

In an era permeated by fake news, Darren Linvill, professor and co-director of the Watt Family Innovation Center Media Forensics Hub, was recently featured in a CNN article that highlighted his ongoing research. The CNN article included Linvill’s...

Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney announced on Thursday that the Tigers will not return two assistant coaches next season.
Swinney parts ways with 2 assistant coaches
Justin Robertson, Associate Editor • December 1, 2023

Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney made two significant staff changes on Thursday, as both offensive line coach Thomas Austin and defensive ends coach Lemanski Hall will not return to the Tigers' coaching staff in 2024. After two seasons of being the...

Each actor put so much passion into each performance, making it incredibly fun to watch.
The Clemson Players Perform Their Rendition of 'Now. Here. This.'
Alexis Williams, Senior Reporter • November 30, 2023

On Nov. 13-19, the Clemson Players opened their second performance and first musical of the school year, “Now. Here. This.” This production...

Viral In The Valley: Holiday Wishlist Ideas
Lindsay Kaine, Asst. TimeOut Editor • November 30, 2023

The holiday season is upon us, which means it may be time to start planning your holiday wishlist. 2023 has provided so many memorable trends...

The Tiger in Print
Contraceptives in the form of pills may seem like a cure-all miracle pill, but they come with more effects than many realize.
Acker: The truth about 'the pill'
Lily Acker, Contributor • November 30, 2023

Oral contraception, referred to colloquially as “the pill,” is considered one of the greatest medical innovations of modern times. Today,...

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