College Ave. closed Thursday, Oct. 31, from 3:30 – 7 p.m. The City of Clemson will host its annual Halloween […]
By Heidi Coryell Williams Writer/Editor, Creative Services I’ve been running for a little over a year. Color runs, mud runs, and the everyday, ordinary 5K. It gives me a goal and a reason to keep going to the gym at 5 a.m., otherwise, I’d probably curl up and go back to sleep most mornings. But my favorite runs are the ones where my daughters can participate. They’re 6 and 4, now, and they’ve cheered me on at enough races to be interested in doing one themselves.
The ’55 Exchange – home of Clemson Ice Cream – is back under full operation and regular hours, as of Oct. 23. Due to flooding in early August, operations had to be restricted while repairs and renovations were completed.
Joseph Arbena, 74, of Clemson, died Oct. 25 at his home. Arbena retired from Clemson in 2006 as professor emeritus of history after 46 years of service.
The Clemson National Scholars Program is now accepting applications from tenured or tenure-track faculty members for the role of NSP Faculty Fellow, beginning fall 2014.
Sandra "Sandy" Bolt Elgin, 56, of Anderson, died Monday, Oct. 28, at her home. Elgin was as an administrative assistant in the School of Architecture. She had worked at Clemson for more than 36 years.
Timothy Michael Reese Jr., 19, died Friday, Oct. 26. Reese was a sophomore pre-business major from Sullivan's Island.
By Meredith McCarroll, Ph.D. Director, Clemson Writing Center Coordinator, Writing Fellows The Calhoun Honors College, the Pearce Center for Professional […]
The Clemson Athletic Department is offering faculty and staff discounted tickets for the Nov. 14 football game against Georgia Tech. […]
The Joseph F. Sullivan Center is now offering a diabetes self-management course called CU In Control. The course will cover […]