February 11 in Clemson History
 Events on February 11 in Clemson's History
- 1970: Clemson basketball coach Bobby Roberts submits his resignation to athletic director Frank Howard, effective at the end of the season. At the time of his resignation, he had accumulated a 81-110 overall record, and is 6-13 in the current season. (Rhodes, Bill, "Roberts Quits As Basketball Coach", The Tiger, Friday 13 February 1970, Volume LXIII, Number 19, page 1.)
- 1975: The Lenox String Quartet, artists-in-residence at the State University of New York, perform a program of Haydn, Bartok and Brahms in Tillman Auditorium at 8 p.m., presented by the University Concert Series.
- 1980: Student Senate proposes that a fall break be established.
- 2008: The Brooks Center presents the National Symphony Orchestra, Leonard Slatkin conducting, at 8 p.m. For tickets call 864-656-RSVP (7787). The Clemson Wiki main page tallies hit number 41,000.
- February 11, 2010-February 12, 2010: A boil water advisory is issued for the City of Clemson and Clemson University as work on a waterline causes possible contamination. Campus coffee makers are shut down, and businesses have to lay in supplies of bottled water to stay open for food service. Some water-dependent businesses close, including Starbuck's.
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