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Concerned Women for America CEO Penny Nace speaks about a Jewish 3-year-old named Abigail who was captured by Hamas.

Clemson YWA chapter holds prayer vigil to support Israel amid global controversy

Blake Mauro and Josiah Sullivan November 10, 2023

Rallying support for Israel, around 30 people, including students, staff and community members, gathered for a night of prayer inside the Samuel J. Cadden Chapel on Clemson’s campus on Wednesday night. The...

President Jim Clements spoke with FIRST students during a Tiger Tips meeting in October.

Clemson FIRST celebrates National First-Generation Student Week

Emma Vick, News Editor November 9, 2023

The Clemson FIRST Generation Success Program is celebrating the national First-Generation Student Week from Monday through Friday by hosting several events for first-generation students to participate...

The CATbus is free for all riders and is offered daily.

Hijacked CATbus rumor not true, Clemson Parking and Transportation Services says

Kailyn Kelly, Senior Reporter November 9, 2023

Around the end of October, rumors about a possible CATbus hijacking incident circulated through the Clemson community. Members of a particular Clemson group chat on GroupMe alerted others of a situation...

Professor Tasha Goodrich (right) and Taylor Freeman, a ClemsonLIFE student, practice ASL skills in class.

American Sign Language now offered to ClemsonLIFE students

Emma Vick, News Editor November 9, 2023

Correction: An earlier version of this article said that ClemsonLIFE students "sang" the national anthem instead of "performed." The earlier version also said Olivia Keubler is a volunteer instead of an...

Nathan McNeese and his research team work on generating human-centered AI.

Clemson pursues human-centered AI research

Juliana Coates, Contributor November 9, 2023

When choosing a teammate to help accomplish a task, artificial intelligence agents may be viable candidates in the near future. Ongoing research by Nathan McNeese, the McQueen Quattlebaum Assistant Professor...

The flags on Bowman Field represent Military Appreciation Week.

Clemson honors Military Appreciation Week

Josiah Sullivan, Contributor November 9, 2023
Clemson’s commitment to honoring the heritage and courage of service men and women was showcased during Military Appreciation Week, held during the week of Nov. 6-11. With a history in military service, this year’s 2023 appreciation week calendar shares gatherings for veterans and active-duty members alongside other events open to the general public. Flag planting...
All four Greek councils collaborated to plan the 5K fundraising event.

Clemson Greek organizations to raise money at 5k run for Live Like Lou Foundation

Emma Vick, News Editor November 9, 2023

Coming up on Sunday, Nov. 12, the Cross Council 5K will take place to raise money for the Live Like Lou Foundation, which supports families affected by Lou Gehrig’s disease, funds ALS research and honors...

Clemsons Its On Us program partnered with Uber to provide students with $20 vouches.

Clemson’s It’s On Us chapter partners with Uber to get you home safe

Lindsay Kaine, Senior Reporter October 26, 2023

Clemson was one of two campuses chosen to receive $100,000 in ride vouchers from Uber as part of a campus safety campaign with the nonprofit organization It’s On Us. The campaign consisted of free...

Last academic year, chapter members spent 72,479 hours performing community service, and $1,123,199.08 was raised for chapter philanthropies.

Greek life at Clemson is growing: Here’s why

Emma Vick and Juliana Coates October 26, 2023

In the last five years, student membership in Clemson Greek Life has been at an all-time high, increasing 35.7% since 2018, with 58.4% of members coming from out-of-state. These percentages were just announced...


Clemson Chick-fil-A on Fernow Street to be renovated

Juliana Coates, Contributor October 26, 2023

At its 2023 fall quarterly meeting, Clemson University’s board of trustees approved the renovation of the Chick-fil-A on Fernow Street. Located between Freeman and Lee Halls, the Chick-fil-A currently...

Clemson has 22,877 undergraduate students for the 2023-24 academic year, according to statistics brought up at a board of trustees meeting.

Clemson BOT highlights 2023 admissions statistics

Abigail Suggs, Contributor October 26, 2023

Earlier this month, on Oct. 5 and 6, the Clemson board of trustees met for their quarterly meetings, where they discussed Clemson’s admissions statistics for the class of 2027. The board emphasized...

Sokolow smiling on the carpet.

World cinema professor announces season 4 of National Geographic series ‘Genius’

Sydney Olsen, TimeOut Editor October 26, 2023

The fourth season of the National Geographic/Disney+ scripted bio-series “Genius” is set to release Feb. 1 on Nat Geo and tells the combined stories of Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X. Sam Sokolow,...

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