On November 5th, 2019, the first college football playoff rankings dropped. Clemson, the undefeated defending national champions who were sitting at 9-0 with an average margin of victory of over 32 points, was placed outside the playoff at number five. The interesting part was the sleight of hand the committee played to keep Clemson out, saying that Penn State (#4) had the better resume than Clemson, while Alabama (#3) looked better than
The Clemson College Democrats and Clemson College Republicans faced off in a debate on Tuesday that both groups hope is the first of many.
Sponsored by the Clemson Political Science Association, the debate covered four topics and was scored by three judges. College Democrats won the debate by split decision, winning the topics of healthcare and education. College Republicans won the topic
As 2019 and the spring semester kicks off, things could not be better in Tigertown. Our football team demolished Alabama to become the first 15-0 team since President McKinley’s administration, Clemson alums dominate the worlds of football and politics, and the Gamecocks down in Columbia continue to be mired in
Downtown restaurant Loose Change posted a repulsive racist sign as advertisement for a sandwich, or at least that’s what you would be made to believe from the overreaction of several people on social media. In actuality, the sign was a relatively benign series of puns using common immigration language. This
While universities in South Carolina continue to rank near the bottom with overreaching speech codes, their counterparts in North Carolina offer a model for improvement according to a new report. The Martin Center and the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) partnered together to look at the state of
At 10am, the Senate Judiciary Committee will conduct formal questioning of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and Dr. Christine Blasey Ford. Kavanaugh, nominated by President Trump in June to serve on the Court, has been accused by Ford of sexually assaulting her at a party in high school. After almost