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Published on July 31, 1970, an issue of The Tiger newspaper focused on student's reactions to Kent State and the liberal campus movements pushing social change. It reflected on Clemson's past as a military school and its future as a new kind of…

In 2002, the citizens of Clemson, South Carolina expressed the need to have a historical site dedicated to the accomplishments of local African-Americans. Their call was answered when the City of Clemson est. CAAAM. The Clemson Area African-American…

The Hill is an banked slope on the east end of Clemson Memorial Stadium where the football players enter the field before a game. The players start by warming up on the field and then go to the locker room on the west end of the stadium. They then…

There are several iterations of the Issaqueena legend, though they all generally follow the same format. Issaqueena, whose name likely comes from the Choctaw word "isi-okhina" which means "deer creek," was a young Native American woman living in what…

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