November 22, 2002 | Volume 0, Issue 0

News
Researchers hit goal seven years early
Rah Rah Research celebrates $100 million mark in projects campuswide.
Fort Hill to benefit from $73,000 federal grant
National Historic Landmark hopes to reopen in January after renovations.
Construction team receives second place in regional event
Design for Burger King world headquarters garners runner-up finish.
Academic redemption passes important step in process
University may implement policy for fall 2003 semester.
Research, outreach center to recycle state's old tires
Professor Serji Armikhanian uses his research for practical purposes.
Minor sports stars highlight University's athletic history.
Banks McFadden left his mark on Clemson in multiple sports.
Blood drive continues
Today is the final day for Clemson fans to donate in the race against Carolina.
Potter party celebrates new movie release
University and elementary school unite to help community prepare for Harry.
Economics professors offer varying opinions on impact of recent
Shift in balance of power will have uncertain repercussions in the American economy.
Alumnus stars in new reality show
Bubba Britton's Team Cobi wins ESPN's first Beg, Borrow and Deal.
Vision, passion result in Tiger Cup victory
Senior Anne Snipes discovers that there is a first time for everything.
100 YEARS OF MEMORIES
Grillin' Gamecocks on the Gridiron
Students hear Bin Laden on Talk Back Live
Clemson speech class analyzes mysterious tape on CNN show.
Mitsopoulos delivers annual State of University address
Student Body president shares vision for a united and unstoppable Clemson.