Clemson University Feature Stories

Archive for August, 2013

Tigertown Bound: Another new school year starts with a freshman class that has the total package

Thursday, August 15th, 2013

Almost overnight, Clemson has become one of the nation’s top public universities. More students than ever are applying to come to Tiger Town — and their involvement and focus on academics is stronger than ever. As the new school year arrives, let’s take a by-the-numbers* look at this year’s incoming freshman class.

Hope Grows Here

Wednesday, August 14th, 2013
Senior soils and sustainable crop systems major Joseph Williams created "Hope Grown," a garden behind the pool at Clemson University

Soils and sustainable crop systems major Joseph Williams created “Hope Grown,” a garden of five laser-straight rows nestled behind the pool at Clemson University’s Outdoor Lab, to engage campers from camps Hope and Sertoma.

Engaging students through personal experiences, culture

Tuesday, August 13th, 2013
Clemson University lecturer Filiberto Mares views language as a mixture of passion, family and culture and lives by this belief while teaching his Spanish language courses, working as the Faculty in Residence of Stadium Suites and interacting with his students.

Clemson lecturer Filiberto Mares sees his classes as not just a way to learn the Spanish language, but an opportunity to share his culture, family and personal experiences.

Kayley & Parker: Meet our new student leaders

Tuesday, August 6th, 2013

A Q&A with the student body president and vice president 2013-14 school year.

Watchful companions

Tuesday, August 6th, 2013

Doc, the Clemson University Police Department’s bomb-sniffing dog, is a 5-year old black Labrador retriever who helps monitor sporting events, graduations and other large occasions at Clemson.