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On October 27th, 1969 at 10 A.M., Student League for Black Identity (SLBI) President Joseph Grant released to the news media the same letter which he had directed to President Robert C. Edwards regarding the campus walk-out. According to SLBI…

Cooper Library was built in 1966 and dedicated and renamed in October of that same year. It was named after Robert Muldrow Cooper who was a member of the Board of Trustees for 44 years and served as president for 15 years. During the building of the…

The Hunt Cabin was built in 1825, in Seneca, South Carolina, by the Hunt family. It is believed to have been originally located where the Big Lots currently stands. In 1915, the cabin was moved to the Botanical Gardens by Clemson's then graduating…

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…

Though originally called the Main Building it was renamed in 1946 to Tillman Hall after Benjamin R. Tillman. Tillman was a former South Carolina governor and United States senator. He helped push for different education changes during his time as…

"Mac's offers homemade hamburgers, beer-battered onion rings, milkshakes and sweet tea. The short order-style bar has been open since 1956 and diners from all over keep coming back. "USA Today Travel" named Mac's Drive-In one of the 51 Great Burger…

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