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Tiger Briefs: Oct. 26

CUPD to join forces with National Prescription Drug Take Back Day on Oct. 28

On Oct. 28, the Clemson University Police Department and the Drug Enforcement Administration will set up an area for students to give back unneeded medications in an effort to prevent potential harm and to help reduce drug overdoses and overdose deaths.

Medications accepted: prescriptions, over-the-counter ointments/creams, liquids/syrups, pet medications, prescription patches and vitamins.
Medications not accepted: needles, inhalers, aerosol cans, hydrogen peroxide thermometers and illegal drugs.

Mobile Mammography bus coming to campus on Oct. 30

The AnMed Health Mobile Mammography bus will be on Clemson’s campus on Oct. 30 to provide mammography services to employees interested. The bus will be placed between Bowman Field and Sikes Hall from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. or until no more appointments are available.

Appointments are encouraged but not required. To schedule an appointment, call 864-512-5400.

Clemson Career Center to host LinkedIn Challenge

The Center for Career and Professional Development is welcoming the LinkedIn Challenge for all students to get involved with LinkedIn and create their profiles for future job opportunities.

Since a professional headshot is required, the Career Center offers free professional headshots every Tuesday from 8:30-11 a.m. and Wednesday from 12:30-1:45 p.m. in their office on the 3rd floor of the Hendrix Student Center.
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Off-Campus Housing Fair to take place Nov. 9

The 2023 Off-Campus Housing Fair is from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. in the Hendrix Center Ballrooms on  Nov. 9. All students are welcome and encouraged to attend. There will be the opportunity to meet leasing agents, explore housing options and pick up some free merchandise.

Capital Improvement is now open

Each year, one purview of the Clemson Undergraduate Student Senate is to facilitate the allocation of student activity fee funds to student-led capital initiatives. This process is called Capital Improvement, and this year’s applications are now open. This year, the Student Senate has the ability to allocate up to $77,854 to these projects. CUSG Secretary Olivia Frazier with any questions at [email protected].

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