He realizes this task is a bit on the crazy side, but the way he sees it he’s alive and he’s able, so why shouldn’t he?
Constancio Nakuma has always had a fascination with languages, an appropriate passion since his native country, Ghana, holds 42 of them. His interest in cultural and technical linguistic organization has taken him all over the world and given him a diverse cultural perspective that he shares with Clemson students.
It’s not the nicotine. I swear. It’s not the nicotine. There’s just something about the way that the cigarette crackles with every drag….
Inhaling, the smoke–it pushes
my mind back a few seconds–
long enough to see what I missed
the first time….
Tooth decay is the number one disease in the world, found most prominently in underprivileged countries. Dr. Bill Taylor, a 1977 Clemson graduate, has dedicated a large portion of the past 30 years of his life to treating this disease in other countries. He has worked in the Dominican Republic, Honduras, Jamaica and Guatemala.