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Student taking a standardized test.

Peck: It’s time to ditch standardized testing

Natalie Peck, Columnist February 28, 2024

When the COVID-19 pandemic hit the world, many universities nationwide, including Clemson University, updated their admissions policy so that standardized testing scores would be optional in their application...

Speak Up! is collected by The Tiger staff on Library Bridge. Students are randomly selected.

Speak Up!: Does Clemson do a good job at facilitating activities for students?

Madison Akers, Asst. Opinion Editor February 22, 2024

“Speak Up!” is a weekly collection of student opinions on relevant topics around campus. The Tiger interviews randomly selected students to hear their thoughts on the question at hand. This week,...

The hard pill to swallow is that just because we grow, it doesn’t mean our friends do too.

Akers: You might be outgrowing a friend and that’s okay

Madison Akers, Asst. Opinion Editor February 22, 2024

One minute, you’re hanging out with them every day, sharing every ounce of gossip and laughing so hard you can barely catch your breath while thinking you can’t imagine a world without them, and the...

Large crowds flocked into Littlejohn Coliseum for the 29th annual International Festival on March 10, 2023.

Jordon: Clemson University represents inclusivity at its finest

Mariah Jordon, Podcast Editor February 22, 2024
Check out why The Tiger's podcast editor believes Clemson University is a very inclusive institution.
Demonstrators walk along a street holding signs demanding the right to equal civil rights at the March on Washington.

Mitchell called, we responded: Black history IS American history

La’Shanda Andrews, Malaysia Barr, Marquiez Carter, Kylah Rainey, Kendall Sanders, and Blake Summers February 22, 2024
Six African American students have responded to an opinion piece that The Tiger published last year.
Clemson Music Fest is set to take place on April 19 and 20.

Tutterrow: Clemson Music Fest is a beacon of modernity

Kylie Tutterrow, Opinion Editor February 22, 2024

The most general view of Clemson University is often one of the sporting events, super fans and national championships. While these aspects are a considerable part of Clemson’s identity and the student...

Make sure to take the time to appreciate Valentines Day, even if you are single.

Tiger’s Two Cents: ‘What should I do on Valentine’s Day if I am single?’

February 8, 2024

“What should I do on Valentine's Day if I am single?” Just because you are single does not mean that you should write off or neglect one of February’s most famous holidays. Being single also does...

Students often spend hours upon hours studying for their exams.

Suggs: Exams do not define intelligence

Abigail Suggs, Senior Reporter February 8, 2024

The first big exam week of the semester is here, and coffee, library seats and time to relax are too few in between. The rigorous college exam schedule fuels stress levels to such a high that the campus...

The Association of American Universities, or AAU, is a group of research universities working towards a common goal based on research and educational values.

Glenn: Should Clemson join the AAU?

Corey Glenn, Asst. News Editor February 8, 2024

One of the core pillars of Clemson Elevate, the administration’s “bold strategy for Clemson,” is to build an Association of American Universities-aligned research faculty. In general, the plan’s...

Speak Up! is collected by The Tiger staff on Library Bridge. Students are randomly selected.

Speak Up! ‘Do you feel that exams offer an accurate portrayal of you as a student?’

Kylie Tutterrow, Opinion Editor February 8, 2024

“Speak Up!” is a weekly collection of student opinions on relevant topics around campus. The Tiger interviews randomly selected students to hear their thoughts on the question at hand. This week,...

The Clemson University Public Safety Facebook page issued a warning in January regarding a candy-disguised lethal drug.

Mauro: Overdose kits are just a Band-Aid for the fentanyl crisis

Blake Mauro, Editor-in-Chief February 8, 2024

Fentanyl took 73,654 lives in 2022, more than 200 lives every day. The drug claimed nearly 70% of the United States' drug overdose deaths in 2022. And just 2 milligrams of fentanyl — small enough to...

Fake job posts tend to list lucrative benefits, paid travel and competitive salaries to make the posting more enticing.

Akers: Avoid fake job postings and protect yourself

Madison Akers, Asst. Opinion Editor February 8, 2024
Fake and misleading job postings are more often than you think. Here are some tips to avoid them.
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