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Clemson University and the community around it have changed a lot over the years, but the beauty of the area is a constant.

Glenn: Clemson’s evolution during my time as a student

Corey Glenn, Senior Reporter April 25, 2024

As my time draws to a finish here in Tigertown, I often find myself wandering around stomping grounds, new and old, reminiscing about days past. I also find my mind wandering, noticing the changes, cataloging...

Taylor rounds the bases for his third home run of the day against USC Upstate on Feb. 27.

Behind the ball: Will Taylor on the road to Omaha

Patrick Driscoll, Senior Reporter April 25, 2024

It’s nearly impossible to imagine anyone giving up Saturdays in Death Valley with a crowd 81,500-strong chanting your name — nevermind sacrificing the famed stroll past adoring fans through the Tiger...

A delicious spread from The Common House, perfect for one final corner.

Cobb’s Coffee Corner: The Last Sip

Griffin Cobb, Multimedia Personality April 25, 2024

On Sept. 1, 2022, the first Coffee Corner rolled off the press and sat in the corner of The Tiger’s TimeOut section. It was a small idea I pitched to then-Editor-in-Chief David Ferrara, and we decided...

The future is bright for the mens tennis team after a decisive ACC Tournament victory over Notre Dame on Friday.

Men’s tennis ends season with ACC tournament defeat

Ethan Silipo, Senior Reporter April 22, 2024

On Friday, the Clemson men's tennis team fell 4-1 to the No. 2 University of Virginia Cavaliers in the quarterfinals of the ACC Tournament. The defeat was preceded by a momentous first-round victory over...

Clemson wide receiver Blackmon Huckabee Jr. speaks with The Tiger at the Allen N. Reeves Football Complex after practice on March 1, 2024.

Clemson WR picks up microphone after near leg amputation

Justin Robertson, Senior Reporter April 9, 2024
Before he sang the national anthem in Death Valley, Clemson WR Blackmon Huckabee Jr. nearly had to get his leg amputated earlier that year.
Wells quickly ascended to the top ranks of ACC gymnastics, earning honors on vault, beam and all-around.

Behind the beam: Rebecca Wells

Grace O'Donnell and Sydney Westphal April 4, 2024
Clemson gymnastics superstar Rebecca Wells discusses her experience as a Clemson student, including the unique opportunities on campus.
Caroline Block, The Tigers Editor-in-Chief for the fall 2024 semester.

From the Editor’s Desk: Meet the new Editor-in-Chief

Caroline Block, Editor-in-Chief April 4, 2024

Hi everyone! At The Tiger, April always signifies a transition period as we move from our spring leadership to our newly elected fall leadership. I’d like to take this opportunity to introduce myself...

Chart showing trends in Clemson student housing market.

Clemson rents on the rise

Corey Glenn, Senior Reporter April 4, 2024

Rent in Clemson has sharply increased in recent years, according to an investigation by The Tiger. There has been a sharp increase in rent prices from four different apartment complexes over the past...

Limerick, Ireland, is a popular study-abroad destination for many Clemson students.

Study abroad culture shocks: Limerick, Ireland

Alexis Williams, Senior Reporter March 27, 2024

Studying abroad is an excellent opportunity for students to explore new cultures and embrace a different style of learning and living. However, it can often lead to culture shocks that require adapting...

Littlejohn Coliseum hosts both the mens and womens basketball teams. 

Clemson names new women’s basketball head coach

Luke Beard, Asst. Sports Editor March 26, 2024

Clemson athletic director Graham Neff announced that Shawn Poppie will be the new women’s basketball head coach on Tuesday after the Clemson University Board of Trustees unanimously approved the move. Poppie...

Former Clemson rowing members Jenny DAnthony (left) and Anna McLean (right) will embark on a 60-day row across the Pacific Ocean in June.

Clemson alumni to embark on 2,800-mile row across the Pacific

Malone Kinard-Huisinger, Senior Reporter March 25, 2024
Clemson will welcome two former Clemson rowers on Tuesday ahead of their 2,800-mile journey across the Pacific Ocean.
Clemson University filed a 28-page lawsuit against the Atlantic Coast Conference on Tuesday, throwing another wrench in conference realignment talks.

Clemson files lawsuit against ACC over ‘exorbitant’ exit fees, grant of rights

Justin Robertson March 19, 2024
Clemson University now joins Florida State University in taking legal action against the Atlantic Coast Conference, citing costly exit fees and the conference's grant of media rights.
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