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City of Clemson clarifies noise ordinance

Corey Glenn, Asst. News Editor November 9, 2023

The Clemson City Council took the first step to enact a new definition for the City of Clemson’s noise ordinance on Monday. The addition, which passed on Monday, adds to the existing definition that...

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...

Former Clemson football player, now country music star, Lee Brice worked the Bojangles drive-thru in Pendleton on Nov. 3.

Former Clemson long snapper turns country music star

Blake Mauro and Justin Robertson November 9, 2023

If you happened to stop at the Bojangles in Pendleton last Friday, you might’ve recognized who was serving you chicken tenders and biscuits. Ahead of the Tigers’ matchup against Notre Dame on Nov....

Even if the proposed changes go through, parking in downtown Clemson will remain free on nights and weekends.

City of Clemson proposes downtown parking changes

Corey Glenn, Asst. News Editor October 26, 2023

The city of Clemson is looking to make big changes to parking downtown, including moving towards metering all on-street parking during the day, a proposal that was announced at the Oct. 16 city council...

No one fake ID is alike: they vary by state, quality and identifying information.

Clemson Police Chief proposes new scanner system to combat fake IDs

Justin Robertson, Associate Editor October 26, 2023

The city of Clemson Police Department has proposed a new digital scanner software program to combat the use of fake IDs in the Clemson area. City Police Chief Jorge Campos proposed at an Oct. 16 Clemson...

Skaters have enjoyed the pump track at Clemson Park, right next to where the skate park is planned to be built. Its right along the first segment of the Green Crescent Trail, completed this September, which connects to campus.

City of Clemson funds skate park, splash pad and pickleball courts

Corey Glenn, Asst. News Editor October 5, 2023

The city of Clemson approved a $4.65 million bond to fund a skate park, splash pad, pickleball courts and other recreation projects at its Sept. 25 city council meeting. The project includes a major...

Opening Saturday, Aug. 26, ROAR is the newest addition to downtown Clemson.

New downtown Clemson bar to provide ‘Vegas atmosphere’

Blake Mauro, Editor-in-Chief August 23, 2023

ROAR, a tequila and tacos eatery, will celebrate its grand opening on Saturday, Aug. 26, featuring a headline performance from Chantel Jefferies and an opening set from Clemson student DJ Zen.  The...

Alpha Gamma Rho fraternity house, located at 113 Calhoun Street and home to numerous AGR brothers.

AGR being investigated on allegations of a new member ‘chemical burn’ and hazing

David Ferrara, Senior Reporter April 27, 2023

Clemson's chapter of Alpha Gamma Rho is being investigated for hazing earlier this month involving a "chemical burn" of new members.  The University received a complaint that said new members of AGR...

The proposed alignment path of the new Gold Route. The route will connect the Crawford Falls and Publix areas with east campus, providing relief for Red Route commuters and increasing access for on campus students looking for groceries, medicines or just a meal out.

Clemson Parking and Transportation proposes new CATbus route

Corey Glenn, Asst. News Editor April 13, 2023

Clemson Parking and Transportation Services recently announced plans for a new CATbus route next fall to help with crowding on the Red Route. They are seeking public feedback on the proposed route, with...

City loosens open container law on private property

Corey Glenn, Asst. News Editor April 6, 2023

The Clemson City Council passed a change to the open container law, restricting the law’s rules to public property such as streets, sidewalks and parks on March 20.This change allows the legal possession...

Bixby on College sells downtown parking spots

David Ferrara, Senior Reporter April 6, 2023

The Bixby on College apartments on College Avenue is offering downtown parking spots for residents and non-residents alike.For $65 per month, anyone interested may reach out to the Bixby office to purchase...

Tiger Brief: City moves to outlaw public defecation and urination

Corey Glenn, Asst. News Editor April 6, 2023

The city of Clemson took the first step to update its disorderly conduct ordinance at the city council meeting on Monday. This change will outlaw public defecation and urination, which are defined...

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