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Paris Palmer, a 6-8, 305-pound offensive lineman from Lackawanna JC, was offered last week by South Carolina.
As the grandfather of a young Clemson student who was brutally murdered in his apartment, I have been filled with many mixed emotions this past year.
Former Clemson and South Carolina stars make up half of the 2014 class selected for induction into the South Carolina Athletic Hall of Fame, according to a news release from the organization.
A Clemson University storm-water pollution education and awareness program wants to gauge what Upstate residents understand about water quality and what effects their actions can have.
When the city of Clemson passed a ban on texting and driving in 2010, no one else in the area seemed keen on following in its footsteps.
Carl Alton Ouzts, 86, of Maitland, FL went home to meet his Lord on Monday February 24, 2014.
Comical songwriter-humorist Carla Ulbrich , known as The Singing Patient, presents the William H. Hunter Endowed Lecture at 7 p.m. in the Self Auditorium in the Strom Thurmond Institute.
ELKINS, W.Va. - Aliyah Dukes was named to the Dean's List for the Fall 2013 semester at Davis & Elkins College.
This ecumenical series is sponsored by the Pickens Ministerial Association and is open to all.
Upstate Forever's mission is to promote sensible growth and protect special places in the Upstate.
Road-salt runoff has got to go somewhere. Clemson University environmental researchers raise concerns that the record amounts of salt crystals and brine used on icy roads this winter will wash into the freshwater and affect the food chain.
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Indoor Track and Field Championship this weekend in Clemson, S.C., where both the men's and women's teams put forth a middling effort.