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  • No Russian Collusion: Clemson College, 1961No Russian Collusion: Clemson College, 1961
    A folder in CU Archives Series 11 – Robert C. Edwards Presidential Correspondence details the day in December 1961 when two Russian visitors came to town. See more here —  No Russian Collusion: Clemson College, 1961  
  • Explore Campus Buildings In a New WayExplore Campus Buildings In a New Way
    “Building Legacies: Clemson Campus Namesakes” is a mapping project that features 3-D renderings of campus buildings paired with historical photographs that provide perspective views of the building through time.  The photographs are presented on a map and in a short video.  The project also includes a photograph and biographical information about each building’s namesake, a(...)
  • Clemson House Online ExhibitClemson House Online Exhibit
    Clemson House officially opened on November 1, 1950. It was one third of a massive project that developed out of the need for additional housing for Clemson College faculty and staff, as well as a place for campus visitors to eat and spend the night. Eventually, the building became a dormitory. Four decades of students,(...)
  • From the Archives: Eclipse Over Campus, 1984
    Clemson University will be a prime viewing location for the total solar eclipse on August 21st.  The campus lies directly in the path of totality and a large number of visitors are expected to view the event with students, faculty and staff. The College of Science has prepared a full day of speakers and activities related(...)