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Clemson defeated South Carolina in the annual Blood Bowl for the fifth year in a row in 2023.

Clemson wins Blood Bowl for 5th straight year

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

For the past week leading up to the Clemson-South Carolina rivalry football game, blood donation trucks have been scattered around Clemson's and South Carolina's campuses to see which school could collect...

The Aurantiaco celebrated its launch on Friday afternoon outside of Sirrine Hall on Clemsons main campus. 

PRESS RELEASE: The Aurantiaco hosts essay contests, submissions due Dec. 1

The Aurantiaco November 15, 2023

CLEMSON, S.C. — The Aurantiaco, Clemson’s premier journal for the humanities and social sciences, is hosting an essay contest from Oct. 12-Dec. 1! The contest is open to all undergraduate Clemson students. Prompt:...

PREASE RELEASE: Cockys Funeral set for Nov. 19

PREASE RELEASE: Cocky’s Funeral set for Nov. 19

Student Alumni Association November 15, 2023

CLEMSON, S.C.—Get ready to be a part of the excitement as it’s time for the 120th anniversary of Cocky’s Funeral! Since 1902, Cocky’s Funeral is an infamous tradition that’s been held for...

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...

Downtown Clemson is in the jurisdiction of the city of Clemson Police Department.

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...

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...

Tiger Briefs

Emma Vick, News Editor November 9, 2023

Miss Clemson University 2024 nominations close on Nov. 20 This year’s Miss Clemson University Pageant will be held on Feb. 17, 2024, at the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts. The pageant is a...

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...

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....

Joseph Pope (left) and Charles Segars (right) helped save the life of a fellow Clemson student after she was involved in a serious car accident in September.

Two Clemson students given awards after saving fellow student in car accident

Kat Pugh, Contributor November 9, 2023

Two Clemson students were awarded the Life-Saving Award from the city of Clemson Police Department at a Clemson City Council meeting on Monday for pulling two people from a car wreck. Charles Segars,...

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