During Monday night's CUSG Senate meeting, members of student government discussed upcoming events and projects. These included various updates on academics, health services, innovation and technology and COVID-19 developments in the community.
Clemson University is extending its university-wide mask mandate to Oct. 30. The university will continue to require face coverings in all of its statewide buildings except while eating or in private spaces, according to an announcement made at Monday night’s CUSG Senate meeting.
Designed by Clemson Home Nutrition and Dining Services, a new incentive program designed to get students involved with Clemson Dining and learn about available nutrition resources has been recently put in place with weekly events that students can attend.
A controversial bill that would have recommended Clemson add reserved parking spaces in residential lots did not pass the vote on the CUSG Senate floor Monday night.
Bryson Carter has been coming and going to Clemson football games since 2001 bringing him to a grand total of 196 consecutive football games. This is a remarkable feat for any self-declared “lifelong Clemson fan,” but even more so because Carter has severely impaired vision.
The leaves are changing colors. The air is cooling down. The Tigers have been on the road, but they’re back and Boston College is eagerly awaiting their 7:30 p.m. appointment in Death Valley. Thousands of Clemson alums are gearing up for their journey home.
South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster paid a visit to Clemson University on Friday to announce an additional $750,000 in funding for the ClemsonLIFE program. The funding is much needed to support the current students and to expand the program, according to university president Jim Clements.…
Clemson University buildings are built with asbestos, but does this present harm or danger? Since it is so highly regulated, it proposes little to no harm for students, faculty, and staff. Asbestos is a naturally occurring mineral that does not have the capabilities to burn and was used as a…
Clemson Undergraduate Student Government (CUSG) recommended Monday night that, “the administration [...] consider adding reserved, convenient parking for residential students in residential parking lots.”
The Clemson chapter of the Kappa Alpha fraternity has been suspended by national leadership after allegations of a hazing incident spread on social media Monday.“Kappa Alpha Order expressly prohibits hazing,” said Brent Buswell, director of communications for the national organization. “The …
Clemson University has been ranked as number 30 among national public institutions, according to the 2022 U.S. News & World Report released Sept. 13, 2021. This is the 16th consecutive year that Clemson has ranked in the top 30 universities nationwide.The ranking was determined through 1…
With the return of in-person classes, a rise in COVID-19 cases was almost inevitable. However, as the semester continues, the increase in cases has become more than many hoped for. The university remains optimistic about the current state of the virus on campus. In a recent email to students…
Clemson residents may not have been fans of construction downtown, but all of that hard work is paying off for the newest members of the downtown business community: The Shepherd Hotel. Not only will it be the newest hotel for Death Valley visitors, but the hotel is partnering with ClemsonLI…
Clemson University’s campus is roughly 1,400 acres with different transportation methods to travel around campus. Many students, faculty and staff are aware of the different bus stops and Park-N-Rides on campus, but not many people know about Clemson’s BikeShare Program.
No stranger to controversy, Clemson’s chapter of Turning Point USA will be welcoming conservative commentator and TPUSA founder, Charlie Kirk, to speak at Clemson. Part of Kirk’s “Expose Critical Racism” tour is being held in the auditorium at Old Main at 7 p.m. on November 1.
Clemson Dining has begun to reopen locations across campus that closed for unknown reasons at the beginning of the semester, including Panda Express and Twisted Taco.
The COVID-19 pandemic has created a sense of uncertainty for everyone, even for the kids of Clemson University’s faculty and staff. They have an immense workload trying to juggle their work at Clemson and their lives at home. The Clemson University Virtual Tutor Corps (VTC) is a program that…
Fraternities and Greek life have faced more and more scrutiny in recent years, not only for a history of discrimination but also for a reputation of mistreating women. Phi Gamma Delta (FIJI) at University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) was closed last week after a 17-year-old girl was allegedly s…
The arrival of Labor Day brings with it the unofficial end of summer and the excitement of a year coming to an end. People often spend the day outdoors carrying out a favorite pastime before shifting focus to football, the holidays, and closing shop for winter.
Not only is Clemson University known for its academics, but the university is also known for how engaging the students are with the university’s outdoor campus life. Robert Taylor is the director of programs and assessment for campus recreation, and Taylor Williams is the assistant director …
New iPads, free tuition for a year, an unlimited meal plan: these are just a few of the prizes students who submit proof of COVID-19 vaccination are eligible for at Clemson.
Students may have noticed a unique flag flying in front of Tillman Hall, also referred to as Old Main. The flag makes its appearance from time to time and is displayed beneath the South Carolina state flag. This flag is known as Clemson University’s “Grand Old Flag” also known as the Centenn…
Clemson University has over 400 student led clubs and organizations. The amount of extracurriculars available on campus allows more students to engage with a club or organization they are interested in.
As you’re meeting new people in your residence halls and classes, an easy conversation starter will likely be: “How was quarantine for you?” For Clemson University, quarantine meant planning. This careful planning helped develop a COVID-19 testing site, create isolation spaces and invest in …
In the wake of a pandemic that’s spurred mental health concerns among many college students, two Clemson seniors have paved the way for making conversations about mental health more accessible and encouraged.
As the COVID-19 pandemic surged in the spring of 2020, millions of high school seniors were forced to turn the page and abandon their high school memories as they entered into the unknown of college.
Clemson University students and staff who are fully vaccinated and asymptomatic will no longer be required to quarantine if exposed to COVID-19, according to an email sent by Student Affairs on Wednesday. Individuals will still be required to isolate if they test positive for the virus.
Relevancy was the theme echoed in the Clemson University Student Affairs Committee meeting on April 13, 2021. Interim Vice President and Dean of Students Dr. Christopher Miller emphasized the importance of in Clemson’s educational environment.
Clemson University is expected to release a statement on Friday, April 16 to unveil upgrades slated for the R-6 parking lot located at 50 Vineyard Road. The R-6 lot serves the residents of Douthit Hills and will soon be home to a rather futuristic addition.
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.