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Feed & Seed’s Food Innovation Hub is located at Judson Mill in Greenville, SC.

Clemson unites with Feed & Seed for student volunteering opportunities

Emma Vick, News Editor September 21, 2023

Clemson students are participating in a volunteer effort with Feed & Seed Co. to help produce affordable food for families in the upstate throughout the fall semester. Through networks, programs...

The new vet school complex will be located on a 30 acre site by the T Ed Garrison Arena, with construction hoped to begin in the next couple of years.

Clemson moves forward with new veterinarian school

Corey Glenn, Asst. News Editor February 16, 2023

The Clemson Board of Trustees voted to take the next step towards founding the first college of veterinary medicine in the state of South Carolina on Feb. 3 by approving the recently-completed feasibility...

A young girl holds up a Nikki Haley For President sign during her campaign announcement on Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2023, at the Charleston Visitor Center.

Clemson trustee and alumna announces bid for White House

David Ferrara // Editor-in-Chief and Blake Mauro // Associate Editor February 15, 2023

CHARLESTON, S.C. — Nikki Haley, Clemson alumna and former governor of South Carolina, formally launched her bid for president with her first campaign event on Wednesday. Haley shared her vision “to...

Deaths due to opioid overdoses are at an unprecedented high in South Carolina.

Clemson partners with South Carolina agencies to fight opioid crisis

Blake Mauro, Associate Editor January 11, 2023

South Carolina’s Department of Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Services Director Sara Goldsby and Governor Henry McMaster announced their collaborative partnership with three South Carolina universities...

Ballot preview of the South Carolina midterm elections

Blake Mauro, Senior Reporter October 13, 2022

US general elections will be held nationwide on Tuesday, Nov. 8. In this year’s midterm elections, 34 Senate seats, along with all 435 House of Representatives positions, will be contested.South...

South Carolina Midterm Elections are coming up in early November; there are multiple ways that students and community members can vote.

Clemson student voting: where to start

Blake Mauro, Senior Reporter September 29, 2022

US general elections will be held nationwide on Tuesday, Nov. 8. In this year’s midterm elections 34 Senate seats, along with all 435 House of Representatives positions, will be contested.Clemson...

Prior to todays changes to the face mask mandate, students were required to wear masks inside of Cooper Library.

SCDHEC evaluates Monkeypox risk, severity and possible preventative procedures on college campuses

Blake Mauro, Senior Reporter September 15, 2022

The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (SCDHEC) held a press briefing last week to discuss the potential threat of the monkeypox virus in South Carolina. Currently, “the...

South Carolina House of Representatives passes controversial legislation prohibiting transgender men from competing in female sports on Tuesday, April 5. 

Bill to ban transgender women from competition passes South Carolina House

Blake Mauro, Senior Reporter April 13, 2022

In an overwhelming majority vote of 82-28, the South Carolina House of Representatives pushed the “Save Women’s Sports Act” to the state’s Senate floor for further consideration.The...

Gas prices are on the rise around the country and Clemson students are feeling the pinch as well. University officials point to several alternative means of transportation for students considering ways to save money. 

Gas prices on the rise in Clemson

Blake Mauro, Senior Reporter April 7, 2022

There is no hiding the dramatic rise in gas prices in the United States. In South Carolina prices have increased 41 cents per gallon within the first week of March, making them the highest in the state...

Ukraines capital, Kyiv, was the target of airstrikes Thursday by Russian forces.

Russia invades Ukraine

Blake Mauro, Contributor February 24, 2022

In the early hours of Ukraine Thursday morning, the tense silence that has cloaked the country broke with the sounds of an anticipated Russian invasion. Explosions have been reported in the Ukrainian...

Comparing the reported cases of rape and of motor vehicle theft per 10,000 at University of South Carolina, Clemson, Coastal Carolina, and College of Charleston.

Comparing crime stats for state colleges

Emma Vick, Contributor October 21, 2021

Schools across the country recently released their 2020 Security and Fire Safety Report, which contains statistics on all crimes on campus in 2020. In order to compare data from different schools, the...

Caslen was the President of UofSC for less than two years before resigning.

‘Not sure how anyone can stand being here’: Former UofSC president says of school

Caroline Elswick, News Editor October 6, 2021

Before resigning from his post as president of the University of South Carolina due to plagiarism allegations, Bob Calsen sent over 3,800 emails, which have now been obtained by the Post and Courier. The...

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