Clemson Academic Probation

Article By: Galen Hamrick, Contributor. Photo By: Ashley Stout, Photo Editor. How can a student overcome such a burden and return to what the Financial Aid Office calls “satisfactory academic progress?”

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Burglaries at Off-Campus Apartment Complex

Article By: Kelsey Morgan, Assistant News Editor. Photo By: Alan Cleaver/Flickr. The Lofts experienced at least 10 separate burglaries while students were home for break. The items reported stolen items such as televisions, laptops, gaming systems and video games, jewelry and stereos, a passport and a social security card. According to one incident report, while […]

Clemson Academic Probation

Article By: Galen Hamrick, Contributor. Photo By: Ashley Stout, Photo Editor. How can a student overcome such a burden and return to what the Financial Aid Office calls “satisfactory academic progress?” The simple answer is to raise one’s grades. However, the university and many campus organizations offer assistance in this endeavor. Clemson requires students placed on […]

Sports

Knowing Your Tigers: Behind the Ball with Clemson Tom

Interview By: Rachel Eagleton, Assistant Sports Editor. Photo Courtesy Of: Clemson Tom. Clemson Tom. The name itself brings out an air of mystery among Clemson students. Who is the man behind the name? After speaking with him yesterday, it is safe to say that Clemson’s No. 1 fan is very deserving of his title. Funny, […]

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Outlook

The “Whitest” Oscars?

Story By: Tyler Pagliarini, Columnist. After last Thursday’s Academy Award nominations were revealed, a minor uproar came about as the masses realized that all major acting nominations were for white actors. In fact, Selma, the biographical drama detailing Dr. King’s walk from Selma to Montgomery, was almost entirely shut out. It still retains nominations for […]