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Op-Ed: Executive Session, CUSG’s Bromide


With the start of the new CUSG term comes the return of the magic word “transparency”. Yet it appears that executive session will once again be the elephant in the CUSG Senate chamber that no one wishes to address. When asked, Senate President Christian Jones described executive session as a

Clemson YAF’s “Cemetery of the Innocents” Vandalized – Joseph Lord


Two decades into the 21st century we have yet to move past petty political vandalism. This was demonstrated clearly Wednesday morning when a yet­ undiscovered political malcontent took it upon himself to destroy Young Americans for Freedom’s “Cemetery of the Innocents.” The Cemetery is part of an ongoing campaign by

Police Charge Clemson Student For Filing False Report – Stone Washington


Following the recent eruption of sexual assault at Clemson University’s Delta Chi fraternity, the accuser of the sexual assault has bee charged with fabricating a false claim of harassment, a felony crime. This comes as local South Carolina news outlets, such as WYFF, suggested that 18 year-old Sarah Katherine Campbell

“Soldiers of Odin” Flyers Found On Campus – Joe Moffett


On March 8, 2018, flyers promoting Soldiers of Odin were discovered outside Hardin Hall on Clemson’s campus. The Soldiers of Odin (SOO) is a White nationalist, anti-immigrant street gang that originated in Finland in October 2015. SOO was founded in response to the Refugee crisis of the past several years.

Op-Ed: The CUSG Referendum to Fix Impeachment – Miller Hoffman


In the fall of 2017, Articles of Impeachment were introduced against Student Body Vice President Jaren Stewart, after allegations of severe misconduct during Stewart’s time as a Residential Assistant surfaced. Student Undergraduate Senate held a thirteen hour trial to remove Stewart from his current position and fell two votes short

CUSG: Primary Elections Results – Zachary Faria


The CUSG presidential election is set, as Mason Foley and Logan Young will face off against Carey Turner and Connor McCormick. The primary results were incredibly competitive. Mason and Logan came out ahead with 2,078 votes (37.76%). Carey and Connor received 1,723 votes (31.31%), while Mikey Summers and Shreya Shankar

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