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Clemson center PJ Hall helps defend the ball in Littlejohn Coliseum.

Clemson falls to Notre Dame in South Bend

Toby Corriston, Asst. Photo Editor March 3, 2024
The Clemson men's basketball team couldn't shoot the ball well enough on Saturday as the Tigers fell to Notre Dame on the road.
Clemson quarterback Cade Klubnik runs with the ball during the second day of spring practice on March 1, 2024.

Observations from day 2 of Clemson spring practice

Toby Corriston, Asst. Photo Editor March 1, 2024
Here are some observations from day two of spring practice for the Clemson football team.
Head coach Dabo Swinney speaks at a press conference prior to Clemson footballs first 2024 spring practice on Wednesday, Feb. 28.

‘We have no authority’: Swinney sounds off on college football decision-making

Toby Corriston, Asst. Photo Editor March 1, 2024
Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney has not shied away from sharing his opinion on the state of college football, but he thinks his beliefs are falling on deaf ears.
Clemson Music Fest is set to take place on April 19 and 20.

Full lineup announced for inaugural Clemson Music Fest

Emma Vick, News Editor March 1, 2024
The full lineup for the inaugural Clemson Music Fest has been announced.
Clemson center PJ Hall (24) attempts to dribble the ball past a Pittsburgh defender in the Tigers win over the Panthers on Tuesday night at Littlejohn Coliseum.

Schieffelin leads Clemson past Pittsburgh in ACC duel

Samuel Walters, Senior Reporter February 28, 2024
The Clemson men's basketball team earned another ACC win on Tuesday, this time against a tough Pittsburgh team.
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...

GOP presidential primary and Clemson alumna Nikki Haley addressed the Clemson community on Tuesday night.

Haley suffers key loss in home state primary

Blake Mauro, Editor-in-Chief February 25, 2024

Despite Nikki Haley's strong campaigning efforts and her legacy in South Carolina, voters denied their former governor any home-field advantage in the state's GOP primary race on Saturday. Haley finished...

Clemson wide receiver Noble Johnson goes through drills during practice on March 7, 2023.

Clemson WR arrested for reckless driving, hospitalized for injuries

Justin Robertson, Associate Editor February 24, 2024
A Clemson wide receiver was involved in a car crash and was arrested for reckless driving after he was drove 71 mph in a 35 mph zone.
Clemson pitcher Billy Barlow (30) hurls a pitch on the mound in the Tigers loss to Kennesaw State on Friday afternoon at Doug Kingsmore Stadium.

Clemson gets blasted 18-1 by Kennesaw State

Angelo Feliberty, Senior Reporter February 24, 2024
The Clemson baseball team suffered a crushing 18-1 loss to Kennesaw State on Friday.
The CUSG senate chambers are now located on the bottom floor of the Academic Success Center.

CUSG promotes sustainability, board of trustees student representation

Josiah Sullivan, Senior Reporter February 22, 2024

The Clemson Undergraduate Student Government discussed recent sustainability initiatives on campus and proposed a new bill to place a student on the Clemson University Board of Trustees at its weekly session...

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.
Flags and signs wave in support of Nikki Haley during her campaign announcement on Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2023, at the Charleston Visitor Center.

Stakes are high for Clemson alumna Haley heading into SC GOP primary

Blake Mauro, Editor-in-Chief February 22, 2024

As South Carolinians prepare to head to the polls this weekend, two very familiar faces are on the Republican presidential primary ballot. The race has narrowed to two main competitors: former president...

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