That the Tiger’s roar may echo O’er the mountain height!
It is Always Ring Season at the Clemson Alumni Association! Have you lost your Clemson ring or never ordered it and wish that you had? It is never too late to order your class ring. Share the tradition, celebrate Clemson and tell the world "I Went to Clemson!"
Meet Charlotte Richardson ’16, a global events planner for the United Nations Foundation, and let her take you around the nation’s capital in search of the city’s hidden gems: coffee shops, side streets, eats and more.
Faculty — particularly those in construction science and management, civil engineering and the School of Architecture — have capitalized on the construction boom on campus by working campus projects into their curriculums, turning job sites into classrooms.
Scott Husson of Clemson University is the first recipient of a professorship named for Bill and Martha Beth Sturgis, who made history earlier this year by giving the biggest donation ever to the department of chemical and biomolecular engineering.
Final Flight. John LeHecka graduated from high school in Rock Hill in 1960 and enrolled that fall at Clemson College. An agronomy major, John remained in school through his sophomore year before joining the Peace Corps.