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Here we are again with another holiday and another change to normalcy. On the first Thanksgiving, the pilgrims and Indians ate together and gave thanks for the bountiful food that they created. This marked a time of great unity and gathering together to celebrate life and creation. Don’t for…

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With the election of the first woman vice president, Kamala Harris, gender roles in today’s society are rapidly changing. Women today are dedicated to receiving the same treatment as men in schools, workplaces and home, which is changing the way they operate in society. Many women have recen…

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For those of you who may not know, Starbucks has a variety of seasonal drinks and food items. Now that Halloween is over, it is time for the long-awaited holiday drinks to return to Starbucks menus everywhere. One of the things that makes this season so unique is that it gets a special cup. …

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One of the best and easiest meals to make as a college student is spaghetti because it doesn’t take much time out of your day and you will have leftovers to eat another time. Most college students don’t have the time to make their own pasta and pasta sauce from scratch, so they buy pre-made …

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Frozen pizza is a staple meal in any college student’s diet, myself included. This is a sensible meal choice for you and your roommates to make; however, if you’re cooking for one, leftovers can be a really big issue. Personally, I do not enjoy frozen pizza leftovers as I find that it is nev…

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356 on Mondays has $3 sushi rolls and discounted drinks that change weekly! The drinks are often priced at $5 and include moscow mules and mojitos. If you’re a sushi lover like me, you know that it’s hard to find affordable, quality sushi in the Clemson area, especially within walking distan…

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Here in Tiger Town, game day foods are an essential part of our tailgates. They fuel us for the long day ahead, and even though tailgating isn’t really a thing right now because of the coronavirus pandemic, buffalo chicken dip definitely still lives on. You can take the tailgate out of the f…

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With the dominance of Netflix for the better part of a decade, every big network has rushed to release their own in-house streaming service to compete for that sweet streaming money. With so many streaming services, it can be very easy to be turned around with what each streaming service off…

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This semester, there are a lot of “new normals”  to get used to while here at Clemson. One of the major changes is dining operations. Unlike upperclassmen, freshmen are experiencing an incredibly altered dining experience. All three of the dining halls are operating with a reduced capacity b…

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This article is a continuation of the Clemson Countdown series that overviews the dining options students can find on the east side of Clemson’s campus. Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, on-campus dining is altered compared to previous semesters. These changes include adjusted hours with…

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Here are some helpful tips for taking care of yourself while in quarantine! Self care is an essential part of our everyday lives and can help energize us, reinforce positive thinking and reduce stress levels. Even though the last thing on our minds right now might be self care, taking five m…

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Life on campus is always full of new opportunities and surprises, one of which is learning how to cook for yourself. Maybe you miss home and want a meal just like your mom would make, or you could be sick of eating Wendy's everyday. In either case, making food yourself is always a way to be …

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With students returning to campus in a few weeks, many will be having their meals on campus. This article focuses on places to eat on the west side of Clemson’s campus, which consists of the Fresh Food Company Dining Hall, McAlister Hall, Cooper Library Starbucks and Chick-fil-A. 

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Everyone has fallen victim to the inevitable quarantine; however, some of us still have jobs and responsibilities that require our full attention, like being a student. As a freshman, I have been learning how to adapt to working part time and focusing on school work. As it turns out, my proc…

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Although many of us are not yet moved onto campus, here are some activities you can do during this pandemic. It is important to continue to exercise and stay active throughout these tough times as well as continue to socialize with others, but of course, from a safe distance. Meditation, yog…

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Hey Tigers! My name is Dilsa Lalji and I am classified as a sophomore at Clemson. I recently earned an Associates of Arts degree in Business Administration from San Antonio College in Texas, which ultimately led me to decide to transfer to Clemson for my Bachelor’s degree. I am majoring in B…

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Originally released in 2011, the crime series “Top Boy” remains one of the most popular shows in the UK and is now being raved over in the United States after Netflix revived the series in 2017. The series follows rival gangs in the fictional region of the Summerhouse estate in the London Bo…

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Valorant is a popular new shooter from Riot Games, creators of the Esports juggernaut “League of Legends”. It’s a tactical shooter focusing on smart, methodical gameplay with the shooting, in-game economy and game modes ripped straight from “Counter-Strike”. However unlike it’s more aim-intensive sibling, Valorant isn’t solely focused on putting your aiming chops up to the test. Instead, the game’s more interested in putting your ability to plan and create scenarios that put you in ideal situations to succeed. One of Valorant’s greatest strengths is that it’s free and has a lack of high system requirements to play the game. If you are an aspiring, quarantine gamer lacking some hardware, Valorant can be played on most typical laptops with a solid internet connection and any mouse. 

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Welcome back, Tigers! As summer winds down and classes begin to pick up steam, we find ourselves faced with many questions. Adapting to the dystopian-Clemson future (hopefully only a minor break in our regularly scheduled programming) may take a few deep breaths, but be encouraged that the w…

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Maybe you’ve heard the news; as of this January, Clemson officially has a bagel restaurant! As many of us know, Clemson is not necessarily known for its breakfast spots, with only a handful of restaurants serving the early crowd. In a college town, a bagel place seems like a brilliant idea! …

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This past Sunday was the 92nd Academy Awards (or Oscars), also known as the most exciting and disappointing time for movie fans. What once was one of the most important and renowned shows in the industry has recently just become a shell of its former self, focusing less on the overall qualit…

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In recent years, Valentine’s Day has become widely associated with candy, flowers and cards and has become the epitome of a “hallmark holiday.” However, most people do not know a lot of the history behind it. February 14 is the day of love and romance, but where did it all begin?