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Clemson-area housing is continuously increasing rent and becoming more difficult to acquire for students.

Tutterrow: The Clemson housing epidemic is out of hand

Kylie Tutterrow, Opinion Editor April 4, 2024

The Clemson student experience is unarguably unique to each student at the University. With abundant clubs, majors, resources and activities, students have the opportunity to experience Clemson University...

Professors being allowed to sell their books to students creates an indisputable conflict of interest.

Peck: Allowing professors to sell their own books to students should be stopped

Natalie Peck, Columnist April 4, 2024

Having finished nearly six semesters at Clemson University, I have bought and rented many books for my classes. Many professors have also provided outside sources as an alternative to a course textbook....

Make sure to take your parents through downtown Clemson during their visit,

Tiger’s Two Cents: ‘My parents are coming into town this weekend; what are some things I can do with them?’

October 5, 2023

“My parents are coming into town this weekend; what are some things I can do with them?” Of course, the first thing I would recommend is getting tickets to the football game and heading down to...

David Gregory on Library Bridge.

Speak Up!: What is your favorite memory from this year?

Kylie Tutterrow, Outlook Editor April 27, 2023

What is your favorite memory from this year? "Studying with a bunch of friends over in the business building. We got a room, and we stayed in there until like 4 a.m., and it was a lot of fun." - David...

Students studying on the fifth floor of the Cooper Library

Tutterrow: Campus services you should use

Kylie Tutterrow, Outlook Editor April 27, 2023

As the semester comes to a close and a new semester is just around the corner, now is a great time to look at all of the best resources that Clemson University has to offer for students.  Clemson...

Clemson LIFE 2022 graduation ceremony.

Akers: Saying goodbye and embracing the next chapter

Madison Akers, Asst. Outlook Editor April 27, 2023

Well, that’s a wrap. Go ahead and pat yourself on the back for getting through the school year and making it to the end of the spring semester.  You did it, and that’s something to celebrate....

A lockdown button placed next to classroom door in the Brooks Performing Arts Center at Clemson University

Akers: Clemson’s response to active shooter threats is unacceptable

Madison Akers, Asst. Outlook Editor April 13, 2023

Three minutes, 45 seconds. That’s how long it took for an active shooter to claim the lives of 17 victims and leave 17 others injured at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida on Feb. 14,...

Tiger’s Two Cents: ‘What should I do if one of the classes I need is closed?’

Kylie Tutterrow, Outlook Editor April 6, 2023

“What should I do if one of the classes I need is closed?” –Anonymous There is no guarantee that you will be able to get a class that is closed, but there are a couple of ways that you...

Veronica Calteron on library bridge.

Speak Up: Do you think that club sports are fairly supported by Clemson University?

Kylie Tutterrow // Outlook Editor and Madison Akers // Asst. Outlook Editor April 6, 2023

Speak Up! Do you think that club sports are fairly supported by Clemson University? "I feel like no. I feel like most of what is represented by Clemson is the athletics like football, basketball, obviously...

Barr: The fire is smoldering: An open letter to Clemson’s student body

Malaysia Barr, Contributor March 15, 2023

Fellow Clemson Students, It has been more than a month since the Clemson University chapter of Turning Point USA held an Affirmative Action "bake sale." And in that month, I had a lot of time to think....

Akers: Doomscrolling may be affecting your mental health

Madison Akers, Columnist March 9, 2023

From the constant news of the train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio, to the coverage of the Murdaugh trials and other violence and tragedy happening worldwide, it can be hard to...

Lucier: Staying safe at Ain’t Patty’s Day

Healey Lucier, Outlook Editor March 9, 2023

Ain’t Patty's Day is a time-honored tradition for Clemson students. Each year, students flood the downtown scene in a sea of green, and most of us make it through the day safely. Starting your bar...

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