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Sistas on the Move (SOTM) is a relatively new group that encourages their members to better themselves physically, mentally/emotionally and spiritually through fitness, participating and connecting with each other during school events. The 2019 SOTM President, Taya Lee, shared some insights …

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Have you ever wondered why dogs differ so greatly from breed to breed? Why are Border Collies workaholics and German Shepherds so protective? New research published in Science in 2019 reveals that distinct breed traits are actually rooted in the canine’s genes. 

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We all know that brushing twice a day helps prevent cavities, gum disease, tooth loss, cancer, and heart disease. However, according to a recent study published in Science, researchers have shown a link between mouth health and Alzheimer’s Disease. Although these discoveries are still underg…

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Mahatma Gandhi, whose words of wisdom will never wane in terms of impact and resonance, once famously quipped, “The best to way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” Although Clemson University’s Faculty and Staff Senates certainly do not operate on the same plane o…

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General elections are right around the corner. In addition to voting for student body president and vice president, Clemson students will also be given the opportunity to choose next year's members of the Senate. Below is a full list of the candidates, and elections will be held online on Ma…

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Have you ever wondered why we look so different from one another? What is the source of all the variances that we see not only between generations but also between siblings? When eggs and sperm are formed, they undergo a special type of cell division, known as meiosis. 

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What would the world be like if our prettiest pollinators went extinct? A study published in the journal, Forest Ecology and Management, revealed that monarch butterflies (Danaus plexippus) may not have a suitable habitat to overwinter starting in 2030, meaning that the butterflies will not …

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It’s that time of the year again that everyone loves. CUSG election campaigning is underway, and this year, the candidates are amazing people who have plans to help Clemson University be the very best that it can be. This year, the candidates are Collin Huskey and Rena Haley, Derwin Simpson …

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You’re sitting in stand still traffic. Your car’s fuel level is reaching empty and you’re five miles away from the nearest gas station. But wait, you remember you have a couple bottles of water in the back of your car. Yes, you read that right, water. The California Institute of Technology (…

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At 7:30 a.m. February 1, Clemson University Fire Department (CUFD) received an alarm notification for the Snow Family Center, where Clemson Outdoor Recreation keeps much of their supplies.

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Clemson’s Spring Tiger Prowl is set to be held this Friday, Feb. 1, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Carillon Garden. The event is hosted by dozens of organizations, and it is a great way for Clemson students to meet the people behind campus organizations and departments!

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Over the recent winter break, Clemson’s well-known apartment complex, 114 Earle, experienced a flooding outbreak on the first floors of the complex while students were home on their much-needed vacations. According to the previous manager of the apartments, there was a pipe burst that caused…

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Incensed that they were denied a briefing with CIA Director Gina Haspel over the Saudi killing of Jamal Khashoggi, a Washington Post columnist and U.S resident, senators from both parties voted to advance a resolution that would limit the President’s war powers in Yemen’s devastating civil war.

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12.4 billion light-years away from the Milky Way, a monster galaxy sits, contradicting all rules for galaxies its age. Named AzTEC-1 for the telescope used to discover it, this galaxy formed within the first two billion years after the Big Bang and creates stars at a rate roughly 1,000 times…

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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.

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Sistas on the Move (SOTM) is a relatively new group that encourages their members to better themselves physically, mentally/emotionally and spiritually through fitness, participating and connecting with each other during school events. The 2019 SOTM President, Taya Lee, shared some insights …

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The Clemson Running Club is a student organization that lives up to their name with flying colors. Whether you have previous experience running Cross Country and/or Track or only go outside when necessary, this student organization welcomes any new member with open arms and runs off with the…

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Esteemed ecologist and writer Aldo Leopold once famously quipped, “There are some who can live without wild things and some who cannot.” Clearly inspired to carry out the mission of Leopold and other conservationists of yore, the students belonging to Clemson University’s Natural Resources G…

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The subtle side eye, the raise of an eyebrow - both are gestures used to express emotions. However, perceiving these gestures can be amiss for some.

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Have you ever wondered why dogs differ so greatly from breed to breed? Why are Border Collies workaholics and German Shepherds so protective? New research published in Science in 2019 reveals that distinct breed traits are actually rooted in the canine’s genes. 

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We all know that brushing twice a day helps prevent cavities, gum disease, tooth loss, cancer, and heart disease. However, according to a recent study published in Science, researchers have shown a link between mouth health and Alzheimer’s Disease. Although these discoveries are still underg…

  • 0

Mahatma Gandhi, whose words of wisdom will never wane in terms of impact and resonance, once famously quipped, “The best to way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” Although Clemson University’s Faculty and Staff Senates certainly do not operate on the same plane o…

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Clemson University has hosted a literary festival every year since 2008. This year's Clemson Literary Festival will begin on Wednesday, April 10 and will last for three full days, culminating with an open mic night on that Friday at 9:30 PM.

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Clemson University has announced that the R.M. Cooper Library, which contains over 1 million print volumes in its six floors of shelves, will be demolished at the end of May.

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At 4 p.m. on March 8, Logan Young and Andrew Kwasny were revealed to be Clemson University’s next student body president and vice president, respectively.

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General elections are right around the corner. In addition to voting for student body president and vice president, Clemson students will also be given the opportunity to choose next year's members of the Senate. Below is a full list of the candidates, and elections will be held online on Ma…

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On Feb. 28, a popular bar in downtown Clemson was shut down. Undercover police officers and SLED agents worked together to accomplish the shutdown at around 5 p.m. that evening.

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Have you ever wondered why we look so different from one another? What is the source of all the variances that we see not only between generations but also between siblings? When eggs and sperm are formed, they undergo a special type of cell division, known as meiosis. 

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Collin Huskey, a junior biological sciences major, and Rena Haley, a junior nursing major, are running for student body president and vice president, respectively. "Reaching New Heights" serves as their platform's main phrase, and Huskey and Haley are working to improve the Clemson community…

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Logan Young, a junior nursing major, and Andrew Kwasny, a junior industrial engineering major, are running for student body president and vice president, respectively. With "Uproar" as their slogan, Young and Kwasny's platform has school spirit, academics and community as its three pillars. …

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Clemson's inaugural CollabFest, a new festival celebrating creativity on campus, will begin on Feb. 27 and will run through March 2. 

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What would the world be like if our prettiest pollinators went extinct? A study published in the journal, Forest Ecology and Management, revealed that monarch butterflies (Danaus plexippus) may not have a suitable habitat to overwinter starting in 2030, meaning that the butterflies will not …

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Banner Brock, a junior economics and political science major, and Jade Richard, a junior biological sciences major, are running for student body president and vice president, respectively. With the slogan "Your Voice, Our Clemson" representing their platform, Brock and Richard aim to focus o…

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Derwin Simpson and Jeremy Lutz are both junior industrial engineering majors, and they are running for student body president and vice president, respectively. "Seizing Our Moments" is the slogan for their platform, and they seek to focus on the Clemson community, Clemson's growth and the em…

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Diamond Brown, a junior political science major, and Thomas Marshall, a junior English major, are running for student body president and vice president, respectively. Their platform operates under the slogan "Elevate" and features three main ideas: raise, empower, soar. We caught up with Bro…

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Scientists have debated for the past thirty years whether liquid water exists on Mars. That debate has now been put to rest.  According to an article published in Science, a lake of liquid water has been detected on Mars; the first to be discovered on the planet. 

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There is undoubtedly a large amount of excitement and anticipation surrounding the five candidate pairs running for CUSG President and Vice President. Junior Computer Engineering Major Hunter Bond, the campaign manager for Diamond Brown and Thomas Marshall III, is no exception to these feeli…

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CUSG elections are an exciting event every spring, and this year is no exception. Candidates put their all into carefully strategized campaigns, hoping to attract as many students to their cause as possible. In the middle of the madness is senior Andrea Collins, manager of Derwin Simpson and…

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Campus is buzzing with excitement surrounding the upcoming CUSG elections and the different people running for office. Candidates and South Carolina natives Collin Huskey and Rena Haley have begun campaigning on campus and, as their slogan promotes, are planning to reach "new heights" if ele…

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In America alone, the opioid crisis has caused the deaths of 72,000 people in the last year. As the death toll rises, scientists are increasing their efforts to develop non-addictive pain medication. On August 29, 2018, their dream became a reality. 

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It’s that time of the year again that everyone loves. CUSG election campaigning is underway, and this year, the candidates are amazing people who have plans to help Clemson University be the very best that it can be. This year, the candidates are Collin Huskey and Rena Haley, Derwin Simpson …

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You’re sitting in stand still traffic. Your car’s fuel level is reaching empty and you’re five miles away from the nearest gas station. But wait, you remember you have a couple bottles of water in the back of your car. Yes, you read that right, water. The California Institute of Technology (…

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Have you ever seen the legendary painting of a Campbell's soup can from the 60s? Or perhaps the colorful canvases of Marilyn Monroe? If so, you've seen the artwork of the iconic artist and photographer Andy Warhol.

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At 7:30 a.m. February 1, Clemson University Fire Department (CUFD) received an alarm notification for the Snow Family Center, where Clemson Outdoor Recreation keeps much of their supplies.

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Clemson’s Spring Tiger Prowl is set to be held this Friday, Feb. 1, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Carillon Garden. The event is hosted by dozens of organizations, and it is a great way for Clemson students to meet the people behind campus organizations and departments!

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It's no secret--college is expensive. If you're a college student, chances are you've applied for a scholarship to help with college tuition. Many students work hard in high school to earn a scholarship to help foot the costly bill.

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Over the recent winter break, Clemson’s well-known apartment complex, 114 Earle, experienced a flooding outbreak on the first floors of the complex while students were home on their much-needed vacations. According to the previous manager of the apartments, there was a pipe burst that caused…

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Silo near the ag quadBottom floor of CooperIn your bedIn the rows of Brackett 100 (the auditorium)USC (their finals are easy)Fourth floor of DanielTop floor of HunterC-1 Commuter LotUnder the bridges of the ShoeboxesTop floor of Sirrine

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Reflection Pond at CooperFort Hill Street in front of Stadium SuitesBreezeway to HendrixThe Dike behind Esso ClubEndless stairs near Daniel and Jordan HallsBowmanSidewalks around Carillon GardenCentennial Boulevard in front of the stadiumSidewalk to DouthitEarle Street

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On Nov. 29, the popular downtown restaurant, Loose Change, put out a sign advertising their new Tijuana Chicken “Sanderwich” and made posts on several social media accounts advertising the sandwich. The description of the sandwich was blatantly racist and quickly received backlash.

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Incensed that they were denied a briefing with CIA Director Gina Haspel over the Saudi killing of Jamal Khashoggi, a Washington Post columnist and U.S resident, senators from both parties voted to advance a resolution that would limit the President’s war powers in Yemen’s devastating civil war.

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12.4 billion light-years away from the Milky Way, a monster galaxy sits, contradicting all rules for galaxies its age. Named AzTEC-1 for the telescope used to discover it, this galaxy formed within the first two billion years after the Big Bang and creates stars at a rate roughly 1,000 times…

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Over the past couple of decades, the elephant population has whittled down to about 400,000. Elephants have been poached, or killed for the ivory in their tusks, at a rate of about 50,000 per year. Within the next decade or so the species could become extinct.

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