Inside Clemson

Restrained at school: are disabled kids targeted?

By Joseph B. Ryan, Ph.D. Each semester I receive a number of phone calls and emails from frantic parents across the U.S. asking for guidance on how to keep their child with physical and/or mental disabilities from being physically abused while in school. While the thought of abusing children with disabilities is reprehensible, the most […]

Clemson trustees approve fee increase averaging less than 3%

Clemson University fees for tuition, housing and meal plans will increase by an average of less than 3 percent this fall, which will partially offset mandatory payroll, retirement and health insurance cost increases. The fees were approved by the university’s board of trustees today (June 25).

Students welcome President Clements during campus tour

By De Anne Anthony, Class of 2014 and Savannah Mozingo, Class of 2015 There was no better way to introduce Clemson’s 15th president to his new home than with the warm welcome he received from various student organizations during his tour of the campus on Sunday, Jan. 13. Undergraduate Student Body President Kayley Seawright organized […]