More Than a Farm
Research, teaching, and public outreach — these are the pillars through which Clemson’s Student Organic Farm executes its mission “to provide an experiential learning environment demonstrating ecologically, economically and socially sustainable farming strategies which strengthen local food systems.”
Call me MiSTER
Ask Winston Holton, field coordinator of the Call Me MiSTER program, to describe the program, and he’ll tell you “revolutionary.” “It’s really hard to encapsulate all that we endeavor to do and be,” said Holton. “It is so transformational, both for the Misters we work with, but also for the countless number of young people that [the Misters] will impact over their careers.”
Technology in the Classroom
In a world with rapidly developing technology, children are continually exposed to media at younger ages, and technology is becoming a centerpiece in everyday life. This includes its place in education as well.
We’ll All Ride On: Bike Rides Bring Communities Closer
“It’s more than just a bike ride,” Assistant Professor Wanda Taylor confides to me over the stark white table we share. We sit inside a mock hospital ward on the second floor of Edwards Hall...
What it Means to be a T.I.G.E.R!
For Clemson student-athletes, being a Tiger means more than putting on a jersey, participating in competitions and attending class. Student-athletes are held to a higher standard...
Tigers in Tanzania
What is privilege? It is not easily seen or recognized but as a student of Clemson University, it is generally a way of life. Privilege is being able to...
A Different Kind of Storytelling
As an actor, the first thing Acting and Theatre Appreciation Professor Kerrie Seymour tells her drama students is to think of the audience. Your responsibility is to engage that audience...