Students, faculty and staff of Clemson University will not be required to receive a COVID-19 vaccine before being permitted to return to campus this fall, according to an email sent by Provost Robert Jones on Friday, April 9.
Three political commentators including FOX Nation host Tomi Lahren spoke at Littlejohn Coliseum on Thursday in support of police officers nationwide while protesters outside discussed her presence on campus and what they say was the university’s condoning of the event.
Just ahead of Turning Point USA’s “Back the Blue” rally, Clemson students held a protest outside of Littlejohn Coliseum. The protest began at 5:00 P.M., and remained peaceful throughout.
Student activists at Clemson University announced on Monday that they will be protesting an upcoming “Back the Blue” event. The “Back the Blue” rally is being held at Littlejohn Coliseum and features speaker’s Tomi Lahren and Brandon Tatum. The rally was organized by Clemson’s chapter of Tu…
The building is abuzz with noise: a muffled voice on the radio, the metallic roar of aluminum cans tumbling out of a big blue bag, the pop of plastic bottles being crushed and the occasional crash as glass falls to the ground. The noise echoes through the building, evidence of the hard work …
April 1, 2021 marked the first day of a student sit-in at Sikes Hall in protest of a possible rise in tuition rates. Despite the wind and cold weather nearly a dozen students were out to show their support for the call of a tuition freeze for the upcoming school year.
Following the announcement of Tomi Lahren’s upcoming “Back the Blue” rally, tensions have been high between the hosting Turning Point USA chapter and students against Lahren’s visit.
Clemson’s chapter of Turning Point USA announced that conservative political commentators Tomi Lahren and Brandon Tatum will be speaking at the Madren Center in early April at a “back the blue” rally, showing support for police officers.
CUSG held elections online on Wednesday, March 3. Candidates William Reinert and Liza Lowder were elected Student Body President and Vice President with 90.7% of the ballot.
For her 14th birthday, Marion Reeves’ brother brought home a cookie cake from the grocery store. Rather than feeling happy to celebrate her birthday, Reeves was mortified.
Clemson Undergraduate Student Government (CUSG) met on Monday in their first meeting since internal elections. Newly elected officials have not yet taken office.
Clemson Undergraduate Student Government announced the winners of their 2021 General Election on Friday afternoon, declaring William Reinert as student body president and Liza Lowder as vice president.
Students and community members joined in Monday evening to hear William Reinert and Liza Lowder answer questions submitted by the undergraduate student body. The town hall allowed William and Liza to emphasize their dedication to student voice and student concerns.
If you visited the McAlister or Schilletter dining halls this past week, you likely didn’t miss the new menus near each station or the various tables set up in the dining halls. These initiatives are all part of a food waste week to promote food sustainability and reduce our carbon footprint.
The infamous Cocky was burned at the stake Thursday evening at the Student Alumni Council’s annual tradition: Cocky’s Funeral. The event is typically held before the Palmetto Bowl, but due to the COVID-19 complications, Cocky met his maker two nights before the rival baseball game.
The Clemson Undergraduate Student Government Senate held internal elections on Monday, Feb. 22 for Senate President, President Pro-Tempore, Secretary and Clerk.
“Here’s a lynching rope for you, Harvey,” shouted one student as Harvey Gantt, the first African American student enrolled at Clemson University, was returning to his dorm room. This was a quote recorded in the Jan. 29, 1963 issue of the Charleston News and Courier newspaper.
A survey sent to students in isolation and quarantine during the fall semester revealed a mix of responses to the university’s procedure, causing Student Affairs to adjust their continued plans for this semester in alignment with the feedback.
With one of the longest annual meetings ahead of them, the CUSG Senate began capital improvement night promptly last Monday evening, Feb. 15.
A possible firearm sighting in the Lightsey Bridge area resulted in a shelter-in-place and CUSafeAlert to be issued late Friday afternoon. There is no ongoing threat to the area and the shelter-in-place order has since been lifted.
At a meeting of the Educational Policy Committee on Jan. 25, members of the Board of Trustees approved the addition of a new degree program: a Bachelor of Science in women’s leadership.
At Monday night’s Undergraduate Student Senate meeting, Mayor Halfacre joined to field questions ranging from COVID-19 to traffic, Senate nominations were held for the upcoming year, and a resolution was passed recommending an increase in the Career Center fee.
Clemson’s dining halls may no longer provide single-use to-go containers starting this fall, instead offering a long-anticipated reusable to-go box program.
After announcing their candidacy for Student Body President and Vice President in January, Summer Shaw and Tyler McDougald have officially suspended their campaign.
When Sidney Schliesman, Justice Jay and Tahj Anderson attended the Southeastern Student Sustainability Conference in February 2020, they had no idea that it would set them off on a year-long journey to establish Clemson’s very own Office of Sustainability.
Light snowfall hit the Clemson area early Saturday night, causing students to get outside and engage in wintry activities like lightsaber duels on Bowman and building snowmen outside their front doors.