Clemson senior Andrew Wall had been plotting for weeks, making a plan, telling friends and family, trying to figure out how he could propose to a woman he describes as “the happiest, most joyful person I know.”
Clemson students have a lot to be thankful for: a winning football team, a friendly student body, hard-working and caring professors, orange and purple sunsets … the list goes on. As Thanksgiving Day approaches, we are reminded of why we are lucky to be at Clemson. So we polled our fellow Tigers and asked what they are thankful for here at Clemson.
Clemson students who endeavor to receive a degree in the performing arts department have chosen to take on a life of long rehearsals, hours of set painting and tedious nights of sleeping with their scripts in hand. They hope to soak in their characters. There is no such thing as being too dedicated.
Young minds from all over the world come to our college town in South Carolina through Clemson’s international studies program. Most of them don’t have cars, some have never been to the United States and others still don’t quite understand the concept of tailgating. But if you sit down with international students and ask how they feel on Clemson’s campus, you will find that they might be calling it “home.”
Clemson freshman Nathan Goodroe has never lost his magic. His tricks amaze, but he knows there is more to magic than the paranormal.