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Rapper Lil Nas X released his much anticipated debut album, “Montero,” on Sept. 17. Nas, whose real name is Montero Lamar Hill, first charted in the US in early 2019 with his first successful single “Old Town Road (Billy Cyrus Remix).” “MONTERO” comes as a follow-up to Nas’ 2019 extended pla…

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With the weather beginning to cool off and people beginning to switch their iced drinks to warmer drinks, I want to introduce you to my current favorite hot drink. I know it’s Pumpkin Spice Latte season, but let me put you on to London Fog Lattes. London Fog Lattes are typically Earl Grey te…

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I’ll be the first to admit that I never expected to call myself a country music fan. Outside of my hardcore middle school Taylor Swift phase and my appreciation for Jason Isbell, I thought I had moved on from the genre after getting tired of all the songs on the radio that mentioned girls, t…

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Most engineering students don’t ever hear of biosystems engineering as a major, but why? With under 100 students total at Clemson, biosystems engineering is the smallest engineering major out of the 10 main engineering disciplines, yet it can be said to have a profound impact on the environm…

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Let’s face it: it is expensive to go to bars and get drinks. You have to pay for the Uber, take the bus or walk, you have to pay anywhere from $3 to $10 for just one good drink, and odds are you are going to want more than one. And since everyone is going out at the same time as you are, odd…

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Cuffing season is right around the corner!

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"Authentic Asian food made by someone who isn't in it for the money, but seems just to enjoy the cooking and the people." - Aidan Tuttle, senior computer engineering major

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I don’t know about you, but I have a hard time doing my schoolwork in my apartment. I am far more productive when I am in a different environment. My assumption is that it’s harder to study in your apartment or dorm room because those are places you typically associate with relaxing. I base …

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Before the hustle and bustle of the college semester begins, the Clemson Alumni Association and the Student Alumni Council invites everyone to the return of the “Welcome Back Festival,” in downtown Clemson. With nearly 100 vendors lining the street, this is a great opportunity for first year…

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In and around Clemson, there are many local businesses and popular places for students to eat, study, and hang out with friends and other students.   

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University leadership would likely argue that one of Clemson’s greatest assets is the welcoming environment that blankets campus, downtown, and the world through thousands of alumni. It is that welcoming feeling that draws to Clemson the best faculty, brightest students, and the most enterta…

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After a long year of being cooped-up inside, many students are itching to get out and see the world. Through the study abroad program at Clemson, the university provides a safe, secure environment for students to travel the world to learn about languages and cultures.  

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In Clemson, there certainly is “something in these hills,” and that includes stunning mountains, hiking trails, waterfalls, lakes and so much more. Whether you’re just starting off hiking, or you’re an experienced hiker, the Clemson area offers trails for everyone who is looking for some tim…

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From the moment that Sarah Manning joined Alpha Chi Omega, she was determined to become the sorority’s president. Over two years later, Manning’s dream has become a reality.

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All great films come from one idea—a single concept that grows and develops with the help of a large number of people. The process itself is extremely complex and hard to understand and learn. Clemson University tries to teach students about films and how they are made through various classe…

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Grey’s Anatomy is one of the most popular and binge-worthy shows out there. Personally, I am rewatching it for the fifth time right now. I love to have it playing in the background while I’m doing tasks ranging from cooking to getting ready in the morning. You can tell me you’ve never watche…

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If you’re anything like me, you often end up being too busy to cook and find yourself in a situation where you end up just eating out. I decided to change up my routine a bit and try to make a well-known meal myself instead of buying it, and I decided on chicken fingers. This is just the rec…

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Hordes of students wearing blindingly orange clothing. A street called Perimeter Road snaking around the buildings on campus. A campus green with a clocktower on one side and a singular downtown street on the other. This is the setting of All for the Game, an indie cult classic that takes pl…

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As an English major, I’ve been lucky to be exposed to much great literature and many modes of critique that I would have never been exposed to, or able to recognize, otherwise. Lately, my courses have been helpful in putting me to practice, and in summary, I can’t unsee many of the literary …

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Looking forward to celebrating this St. Patrick’s Day with family and friends? Check out these festive drink recipes to help you celebrate and get your green on!

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After a long day glued to our couches, desks and computer screens, the one thing we all need to get us out of our Zoom lives is some fresh air and Vitamin D. Luckily, spring is just around the corner and Clemson’s beautiful campus and city gives us ample opportunities to enjoy ourselves outs…

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Recently, I went to The Cheesecake Factory for the first time after hearing a number of people singing its praises. I ended up going to the one located in Greenville, South Carolina over Valentine’s Day weekend. It was incredibly busy due to the holiday, but it was overall a very good experience. 

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After a COVID-19-induced hiatus, the Clemson Players are back at it with there newest performance: "The Impostures of Scapin."The Tiger brings you the inside scoop on how this show will differ from those of the past and how the cast and crew feel about some of the impending and already present changes. Catch "The Imposters of Scapin" either live or on demand at the end of February and beginning of March!!!

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After surveying The Tiger staff to discover the best classes to take at Clemson, I found a wide array of the top-rated General Education and Leisure Skill courses. If you’re ever looking for an extra class to add to your schedule or are a freshman unsure of which classes to take, check out t…

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In a 2020 survey, the American College Health Association[1] found that stress, anxiety, lack of engaging in physical activity and depression are some of the most prevalent health concerns among college students.

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About 2 hours away from Clemson in Fayetteville, Georgia, there is a Hawaiian-themed Chick-Fil-A called Truett’s Luau which adds a tropical twist to the fast food chicken restaurant most students know well. With this “Hawaiian Chick-Fil-A” trending all over the internet, I thought it would b…

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The Harvey and Lucinda Gantt Multicultural Center is hosting several virtual and in person events to celebrate Black History Month. I had the opportunity to speak to Larissa Jenkins, who is the co-chair of Black History Month at Clemson, to learn more about these events. 

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After experimenting with charging customers to watch the new “Mulan” movie, Disney+ released their new Pixar movie, “Soul”, to all paying customers. The film, which Disney released on Christmas Day, hosts a star-studded cast and some of the greatest animation of the year. 

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When was the last time you saw a movie that you absolutely loved? For me, it was this past December. The movie “Promising Young Woman”, directed and written by Emerald Fennell premiered on Christmas Day last year. It starred Carey Mulligan, Bo Burnham, Alison Brie and many more familiar face…

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After writing about my own favorite snacks, I found myself to be really interested in what the rest of the staff loves to eat! I found out that there was a large spread of favorite snacks to be had. I also asked the staff why they love their favorite snack. Without further ado, some of The T…

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From the Black Lives Matter movement to the #SaveClemsonXCTF campaign, this past year has been a long-overdue opportunity for Clemson students — and all United States citizens — to truly pursue an anti-racist lifestyle. While every day of the year should be a moment for you to better your ed…

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For all of the art lovers like me who have been missing the blissful experience of strolling through the halls of art museums admiring the breath-taking artistry, take a look at one of the exhibits at the Greenville County Museum of Art, Impressionism and the South. Although the museum is te…

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As we celebrated the emergence of 2021 with New Years Eve, the entire world was ready to leave 2020 and all its icks in the past. The celebrations, however, were short-lived as students nationwide returned back to their campuses only to resume online classes once more. Clemson University has…

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At the very peak of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs pyramid is "Self-Actualization," or making optimal use of one’s potential. However, reaching this peak is contingent upon the fulfillment of simpler needs placed at lower levels of the pyramid–food being one of those foundational needs. For thi…

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We all enjoy watching shows on popular streaming platforms such as Netflix and Hulu, and we find that some shows are so good we end up binging them in just a few sittings. One thing that can elevate the quality of a binging session is what snack you’re eating. As a frequent snacker, I have a…

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We finally made it to 2021! With the new year comes new expectations and resolutions that we all hope to fulfill. One of my biggest goals is to plan a road trip! Whether you are considering going on a trip in the spring or summer, a road trip is a great, affordable way to spend time with fri…

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Well, if we haven’t all been wormhole’d into some alternate timeline, I have no explanation for what’s happening in our world today. I warned all of my friends to stop posting on why The Year of Our Lord, 2021, would be so much better than 2020. Nevertheless, many of these happenings aren’t …

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As popcorn is always a necessary snack in college, in this week’s edition of College Meal Saga, Zoe McNelis reviews a Microwavable Popcorn Popper from Amazon and explains how best to use it.

 

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As we all know, this winter has seemingly been one of the longest in history, and unfortunately, we have several more months to go. If you’re like me, spending long weekends trapped in your apartment with nowhere to go and nothing exciting to do, I suggest you take advantage of one of the ma…

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Emily Yarid, a now-graduated mechanical engineering major, spent March of 2020 living a life identical to most of her classmates. Quarantine was monotonous and boring, and when she downloaded TikTok, it was originally just a way to pass the time. However, around four months after first openi…

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Yesterday, as my friends and I were cooped up in our small apartment for the third day in a row, my roommate said she needed one of us to take her to the Botanical Gardens to take pictures for her class. At first we reluctantly considered, comfortable in our warm seats on the couch, crowded …

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Reilly Surdykowski is a junior graphic communications major from Atlanta, Georgia. She has always been inspired by the artistic nature of Atlanta and claims that this inspiration has fueled her passion for art and design. Surdykowski says that her interest in art began when she was young and…