News

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Do you love to dance? Have you ever wondered how it feels to tango on the dance floor? Want to wow your friends with some sweet dance moves, or get in touch with your sophisticated side? If so, you may be interested in the Clemson Ballroom Club.

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Today’s brief is on Tigervision, Clemson’s student-run television network! The Tigervision “War Room” and studio are located in the Tiger Media suites on the third floor of the Hendrix Student Center. The number of members is approximately 60, but the club is looking to grow. “I know when I …

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Clemson Engineers for Developing Countries (CEDC) is a student-led Creative Inquiry organization that works on projects aimed to advance the developing world, mainly in Haiti.

Sports

Clayton Crowley, Ryan Donahue and Alex Kelly talk about the 2019 NFL Draft and the Clemson Tigers that will soon be going pro. Music : www.bensound.com

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Spring ball is in the books for Clemson football as fans got their first taste of the 2019 team on a beautiful Saturday afternoon in Death Valley. Over 60,000 fans showed up to watch the Tigers’ spring game, which featured anything but another Trevor Lawrence showcase.

TimeOut

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Ever wanted to become a master at binge watching a favorite tv show, but don’t know how or where to start? Look no further! The guide to becoming a professional binge- watcher is right here.

Outlook

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I’m a bit of an oddity at Clemson. I’m 62, a British-speaking American and a freshman. I’ve been bullied all my life. I’ve become so used to it, I forget what it must be like for my fellow students, maybe experiencing it for the first time.

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One surefire way to stir the student pot is to start a debate about freedom of speech or freedom of religion.

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The Tiger had a little fun recently testing for folks’ likes and dislikes with kinky sex. This is a good moment to wonder: is media sensationalism of BDSM harmless good fun or a trigger for abuse?