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To promote awareness of hazing within fraternities and sororities, members of student government hosted a workshop in collaboration with Greek Affairs on Nov. 1. The event, “These Paws Don’t Haze,” was the beginning of a series of workshops to be held by Clemson University Student Government…

With the return of the annual rivalry game against the University of South Carolina comes the return of another friendly competition between the Tigers and the Gamecocks. The 37th annual “Blood Bowl” is currently taking donations and The Blood Connection is relying on the build-up for this b…

With the regular season coming to an end for the Clemson Tigers, it is time to switch their focus to bowl season as they are set to miss the College Football Playoffs for the first time in six years.

Clemson men’s basketball team hung their heads as they left the court Friday afternoon, after No. 22 St. Bonaventure’s 68-65 comeback victory. Clemson controlled the game in the first half, but blew a sixteen point lead in the second half, thanks to red-hot shooting from the Bonnies.   

Taylor Swift is breaking records on an album that was first released 9 years ago. “Red (Taylor’s Version),” the second of her albums to be re-recorded, was released on Nov. 12, 2021. This album is an updated version of the original album “Red”, with the difference being that the songs are no…

Back in August, the Clemson community was introduced to an up-and-coming band from the Athens area, Jameson Tank. The band just recently wrapped up their “Too Hot to Hold,” fall tour, and lead singer Jameson Tankersley was eager to share an update and his appreciation for the hospitality his…

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Our society often condemns the idea of being alone, but there is something to be said for spending time by yourself. Being alone with your thoughts and giving yourself the space and uninterrupted time to let your mind wander without social distractions can feel intimidating. Despite this, be…

Online exams may seem practical and straightforward, but the reality is much less pleasing. Online exams feel impersonal, don’t create the proper mindset, invade privacy and are unnecessary. Furthermore, more studies have shown that students do worse on online tests than those on paper.