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Clemson Students protesting for pro-Palestine outside of Sikes Hall.

Sikes Hall sit-in: Clemson students join pro-Palestine protests

Alexis Nigro, Senior Reporter May 7, 2024

An earlier version of this article stated that the City of Clemson Police were present at the event when it was the Clemson University Police Department. The Tiger regrets this error and has since corrected...

Protestors were escorted out of the auditorium at Clemson TPUSAs Rittenhouse Recap on Thursday.

Protesters removed from Kyle Rittenhouse event hosted by Clemson TPUSA

Josiah Sullivan, Senior Reporter April 27, 2024
Several protesters were removed by CUPD police officers for chanting "save live, not bullets" during Clemson TPUSA's event hosting Kyle Rittenhouse.
Artificial intelligence is on the rise, according to Clemson CCIT.

CCIT creates policy and resources for AI use

Emma Vick, Asst. News Editor April 25, 2024

Clemson Computing & Information Technology has established guidelines and resources for AI usage for Clemson students, researchers, employees and community members as a reminder to students to protect...

The ABL notice posted at Douthit Community Hub was first spotted on Monday, April 15.

ABL notices posted for catering storage in dining hall locations

Abigail Suggs, Senior Reporter April 25, 2024

Alcoholic Beverage Licensing notice signs were posted outside of the Douthit Community Hub and Schilletter Dining Hall the week of April 14. Both facilities have applied for an on-premise license for...

Students gathered at an anti-abortion demonstration last Wednesday and Thursday.

Anti-abortion demonstrators on campus met with adversity

Mercedes Dubberly, Associate Editor April 25, 2024

Demonstrators from the organization AbortionNO gathered on campus to spread anti-abortion awareness on April 17 and 18. Located outside of Schilletter Dining Hall, the demonstrators set up an exhibit...

Clemson TPUSA will host Kyle Rittenhouse.

Clemson TPUSA to host Kyle Rittenhouse

Josiah Sullivan, Senior Reporter April 25, 2024

Clemson’s Turning Point USA chapter is set to host anti-Black Lives Matter and pro-Second Amendment activist Kyle Rittenhouse at the Strom Thurmond Institute on April 25 at 7 p.m. The now activist...

Yeonmi Park, who defected from North Korea in 2007, spoke to Clemson students about her experiences growing up.

Clemson YAF hosts North Korean defector Yeonmi Park

Josiah Sullivan, Senior Reporter April 22, 2024

North Korean defector, author and conservative activist Yeonmi Park shared her lecture, “A North Korean Defector's Fight for Freedom,” at the Strom Thurmond Institute on Thursday. Speaking to a...

The ABL notice posted at Douthit Community Hub was first spotted on Monday, April 15.

Alcohol Beverage Licensing notices posted at dining halls

Abigail Suggs, Senior Reporter April 17, 2024

Alcoholic Beverage Licensing notice signs were posted outside of the Douthit Community Hub and Schilletter Dining Hall earlier this week. Both facilities have applied for an on-premise sale of beer...

Clemson students gathered at the amphitheater for WSBF-FMs Pride Kickoff, which featured sets from Secret Shame, Peach Rings, Newgrounds Death Rugby and Pagan Rage.

WSBF-FM Pride Kickoff interrupted by members of Grace Reformed Baptist Church

Mya McKenzie, Senior Photographer April 10, 2024

Clemson University Police Department was called to remove protesters and members of Grace Reformed Baptist Church who were causing disruptions during Clemson’s second annual Pride Kickoff this past Saturday. Four...

More undergraduate applicants were accepted to Clemson through “early action” this year.

Clemson BOT gives updates on undergraduate admissions

Kat Pugh, Asst. News Editor April 10, 2024

Editor's Note: An earlier version of this article incorrectly stated that the University plans to increase enrollment to 50,000 students. There are no plans to do so at this time. The Tiger regrets this...

Chief of Police Greg Mullen overseeing operations at Clemson University.

Clemson University Chief of Police Greg Mullen to retire at the end of the year

Juliana Coates, News Editor April 9, 2024

Clemson University Chief of Police Greg Mullen recently announced his upcoming retirement after six years of leading the Clemson University Police Department and serving as associate vice president for...

Inside historic Fort Hill

Department of Historic Properties seeks to make Fort Hill an AAM-accredited museum

Alexis Nigro, Senior Reporter April 4, 2024

Clemson’s Fort Hill has applied for a grant that will lead to museum accreditation from the American Alliance of Museums. With this grant, the University’s Department of Historic Properties hopes to...

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