Clemson University Feature Stories

Archive for October, 2010

Sign up to dance the night away

Thursday, October 28th, 2010

Start looking for a great pair of dancing shoes because it’s almost time for Dance Marathon. Registration begins Nov. 1, and organizers are aiming to make this year bigger than last.

Taking her football knowledge to the next level, Melissa Constante spends her free time blogging about Clemson football.

Monday, October 25th, 2010

This fall, Constante’s taking the football knowledge her father ingrained in her to the next level by blogging about all things Clemson football.

Professor Leidy Klotz is leading Clemson toward a sustainable future

Tuesday, October 19th, 2010

Working hard to change a common misconception about sustainability, professor Leidy Klotz says it’s more than simply saving the planet. With his help, students are banding together across disciplines to pursue sustainability.

Ending on a high note

Monday, October 18th, 2010

Clemson’s Free High Five Club spends Fridays on the library bridge handing out high-fives to everyone who passes by.

New Clemson student group is reaching out to Hispanic students to encourage their interest in science

Monday, October 11th, 2010

Clemson’s SACNAS (Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science) chapter has a lot to live up to. The past two years, the group has received excellence awards from the national organization for their chapter’s work and community involvement.

Sonja Massey makes sure the Tiger Band stays ‘in tune’ both on and off the field

Monday, October 11th, 2010

[TITLE][SHARE] By Sallie McKenzie Performing Arts Ordering 85 or more pizzas each time she calls makes Sonja Massey one of Papa John’s favorite customers. As the administrative assistant for Clemson University Bands, placing food orders of such a large quantity has become rather standard; however, feeding hungry band students is not the only item on [...]

Waking up in a soggy cardboard box gives students a new perspective on the meaning of home

Wednesday, October 6th, 2010

The last Friday in September, Bowman Field was transformed. No longer a grassy lawn filled with sunshine and Frisbee players, it became a shantytown of sorts — the type of place found in a dark alley of a big city, not on Clemson’s iconic field.

Passionate and ready to tackle issues on campus, new student group has big plans and a lot of support.

Wednesday, October 6th, 2010

An offshoot of the already established Solid Green Committee, the new club is for students only.