It’s that time of year again! Our Tigers are mid-way through yet another fantastic football season. Nearly 122 years after Clemson’s first football game, thousands of people gather every Saturday to cheer on the Tigers and take in the action. Because Clemson football is nothing short of a legacy, there are plenty of game day traditions you really shouldn’t miss. We’ve broken down five unmissable Clemson football moments.
With fall semester well underway, it’s easy to get sucked into the whirlwind of classes, functions and football games and next thing you know it’s holiday break. Now that you’ve adjusted to your class schedule and have a good idea of what the rest of this semester is going to take, it’s time to set some attainable milestones for yourself you can carry over into next semester. Things won’t always go as planned but the bigger picture can be extremely important for staying on track. Here’s a list of eight goals you should set for this semester:
Whether you are an incoming freshmen or a returning student, you may have an idea of what makes up the Clemson student experience. As a recent Clemson grad, I have been reflecting on what I learned over the past four years and what specifically makes the Clemson experience so unique. Here’s my list of top 20 things all Clemson students should know:
Whether you are transitioning from high school, or looking for somewhere new to live this semester, learning to live with a college roommate is an experience you’ll never forget. Who you decide to live with during your years at college can significantly impact you in more ways than one. According to an article published by the NY Times, studies show the roommates you are paired with in college can affect everything from academic performance to freshman weight gain.
The first half of summer break has passed and you’ve taken time to recharge and catch up on sleep. You might be asking yourself, what’s next? A summer at college can be extremely rewarding if you take advantage of your free time–you might come across a new hobby or an amazing opportunity that will be beneficial to your education and career. You don’t have to study abroad or move to a big city to make the most of your summer. If you’re stuck on where to start, try one of these ideas:
Signing a lease can be intimidating, especially if it is your first apartment lease. Once you sign on the dotted line you may be required to fulfill the full term of the lease or have to pay to terminate. That’s why it’s important to read the lease carefully, weigh all the pros and cons and be sure you understand exactly what you are agreeing to. At EPOCH Clemson, we know this kind of decision can be a stressful for students and parents alike. In order to help you on your lease journey, we have compiled a list of five important things to know.