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Clemson students sport athletic attire around campus.

Viral in the Valley: What you’ll actually wear

Sydney Smith, Asst. TimeOut Editor July 1, 2024

It feels like just yesterday that I couldn’t fit all of my clothes into the dresser or closet in my small freshman dorm. I brought countless outfits, but in reality, I didn’t need half of them. I...

The Dikes at sunset

Places to go: Off-campus activities for incoming freshmen

Mercedes Dubberly, Associate Editor July 1, 2024

As an incoming freshman, you’ll find that, at times, you feel constrained to the bubble of campus. This is not necessarily the case, as seeing all that the Upstate has to offer is an integral part of...

Thomas Merzlak is the editor of the TimeOut section at The Tiger.

Letter from your TimeOut editor

Thomas Merzlak, TimeOut Editor July 1, 2024

Hi, everyone, and welcome to Clemson! My name is Thomas Merzlak, and I am the editor of The Tiger’s TimeOut section, which covers local and general arts and culture. I joined The Tiger at the beginning...

The flags on Bowman Field represent Military Appreciation Week.

Upcoming on-campus events every freshman should know

Alexis Nigro, Senior Reporter July 1, 2024

Clemson hosts many events and activities for incoming freshmen and all students throughout the first few weeks on campus. These special events are made to reflect school and community spirit while also...

Hozier mesmerizes the audience as he sings Jackie and Wilson.

The Tiger reaches higher ground at the High Water Festival

Avery Mock, Senior Reporter April 26, 2024

Charleston’s High Water Festival took place this past weekend, April 20 and 21, at Riverfront Park in North Charleston, South Carolina. Set on the banks of the Cooper River and lined by grand oak trees,...

Corey Glenn, The Tigers resident outdoorsman.

TimeOutside: Time’s Up

Corey Glenn, Senior Reporter April 25, 2024

Well, this is my last column, given my likely impending graduation. I’ve been struggling with what is worthy of my final column, but I keep coming up blank. There are so many things I haven’t written...

Sweet, smooth, raw and reasonably priced, local honey is a fantastic treat, and it exists in droves at the Vdovichenko Bee Farm.

Soil for sale at the Earth Day Market

Matt Grubbs, Senior Reporter April 25, 2024

On this past Friday's beautiful spring morning, the Clemson EcoReps Earth Day Farmer’s Market took place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The hot summer weather did not deter shoppers and students looking for...

The Taming was humorous and entertaining, making it one of The Clemson Players best performances.

‘The Taming’: Clemson Players’ best work of the semester

Sydney Smith, Asst. TimeOut Editor April 25, 2024

This past week, The Clemson Players put their twist on “The Taming of the Shrew,” one of William Shakespeare’s most popular and most adapted comedies. “The Taming,” written by Lauren Gunderson,...

The Tiger is looking for what to read this summer!

Thoughts from a Bookworm: Your next beach read

Caroline James Warner, Asst. TimeOut Editor April 25, 2024

‘The Lion's Den’ by Katherine St. John: ★★★★★ “The Lion's Den” entertained me from its first page to its last. Katherine St. John takes readers through a story filled with betrayal,...

The Chronicle features a wide variety of student submitted work in various media, including poetry, photography, painting and collage.

The Chronicle holds ‘spring cleaning’-themed release event

Thomas Merzlak, TimeOut Editor April 25, 2024

Clemson’s oldest student publication launched its most recent issue at a release party on Monday. The Chronicle, Clemson’s arts and literature magazine, spent the past semester soliciting submissions...

The Tortured Poets Department is Swifts 11th full-length album.

‘The Tortured Poets Department’: Swift releases most heartbreaking album yet

Caroline James Warner, Asst. TimeOut Editor April 25, 2024

When Taylor Swift announced that her 11th album would be titled "The Tortured Poets Department," fans anticipated a heartbreaking, lyrically profound exposé on the artist's recent emotional turmoil. Swift’s...

Swifts 11th album, The Tortured Poets Department, was a mixed bag for critics.

‘The Tortured Poets Department’ is indeed tortuous

Thomas Merzlak, TimeOut Editor April 25, 2024

Shortly before the release of her new album, “The Tortured Poets Department,” Taylor Swift’s marketing team set up a temporary “library” in a shopping mall. The installation consisted of faux-aged...

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