|College revamps; 16 chairs lose their seats|
Renewed emphasis on agriculture will highlight the reorganization.
|Spiro Center trains entrepreneurs|
Haltiwanger's company is an example of student success.
|Priest explains ideas on war|
Georgetown professor advocates Just War Ethics Monday night.
|Parking Services sets record for citation, towing revenues|
Increase in penalties will help the group absorb the impact of budget cuts.
|Presidential candidates debate twice as election date nears|
Five candidates present platforms to various campus groups.
|Gasoline prices reach record highs in local cities|
Economic concerns and the potential of war in Iraq will keep prices up indefinitely.
|Hussein speaks out in interview with Rather|
Iraqi leader says he does not have illegal weapons and does not want war.
|Research universities want split from state commission|
Separation would allow Clemson and others to deal better with budget problems.
|Diversity discussion reveals problems|
Organizers see small crowd as reflection of larger campus issue.
|Top high schoolers visit, compete|
National Scholars Weekend brings 37 finalists to the University.
|Madren Center gets first facelift in years|
Christmas break project costs $416,000 from its own funds.
|Dining hall doubles as study hall|
New tutoring program operates after hours in Schilletter.
|Improving the practices of student campaigns|
|Turtle talent, free shots and future hurdles|
|Tigers fight for their life in Winston Salem|
Clemson faces the ACC's leading team in a late-season showdown.
|Women's swimming ends strong|
Lady Tigers clinch fifth place finish with 339 points in Chapel Hill.
|Auburn takes two of three in Tiger battle|
Clemson grabs a win between two losses against 16th ranked Auburn team.
|Terrapins launch huge second half onslaught|
Clemson was outscored by only five in the first half, only to lose by 39 in the end.
|Loss to Maryland reveals struggles|
The Tigers now face a tough road for a chance to make the NCAA tourney.
|Men's tennis sweeps Spring Classic, finishes 9-0|
Nathan Thompson earns ACC Player-of-the-Week honors.
|Draft picks from heaven and hell|
|Letters to the Editor|
|Criticism encourages progress|
|Elections eerily similar to soup|
|Peacemaking is a process, not a quick fix|
|Tigers dominate, finish off winning streak at three games|
Edward Scott has known from the beginning he had to take on a greater challenge.
|Salty Roots sweetens funk|
|Album targets music industry's shortcomings|
The Last DJ - Tom Petty
|Old script lacks talent|
|The Reindeer stomp their feet to a fresh new sound|
Son of Evil Reindeer - The Reindeer Section
|Virtual people invade your home|
The Sims (PS2)
|Grammys celebrate the old and new in music|
|On the Prowl|
|Director Moore goes 'Bowling'|
|'The Boss' plans to take control of network TV|
|'Darkness Falls;' just not soon enough for some|