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The significance of football to Clemson University is almost impossible to miss upon stepping onto the campus. The university has great pride over their successes and bond as a body of students and alumni over football, and this is prevalent upon…

The Clemson Experimental Forest is 17,500 acres of Clemson land dedicated to conservation, preservation, and recreation. As America was in the throes of the Great Depression, Dr. George H. Aull, a Clemson College agricultural economist, found that…

Clemson House officially opened on November 1, 1950. Clemson had a surge of enrollment after WWII thanks to the GI Bill but did not have the housing and accommodations to keep up. This lead to the Board of Trustees creating the Clemson Housing…

If you visit Clemson, chances are that a sweet smell in Hendrix Student Center will lead you to the campus ice cream shop, '55 Exchange. '55 Exchange is a Clemson-only student-run ice cream shop that opened publicly in 2007 to the public and its…

The South Carolina Botanical Garden is located on the campus of Clemson University. It is made up of a 295-acre garden of natural and manicured landscapes within the South Carolina Piedmont ecosystem. Together with a nationally recognized…

In response to the ongoing protests from Tigerama to the Confederate symbols at football games, Clemson President Robert C. Edwards began receiving letters from all across the South. Most letters, arriving to the university from October 27th to…

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