February 20 in Clemson History
 Events on February 20 in Clemson's History
- 1967: Clemson is shifted from Oconee County to Pickens County in a swap of ten square miles, including 6.79 square miles known as the Old Stone Church area being exchanged for wilderness at the north end of Pickens County. ("The Old Stone Church, Oconee County, South Carolina" collected and edited by Richard Newman Brackett, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Chemistry, Clemson College, S.C., 1905, reprinted by the Old Stone Church and Cemetery Commission in cooperation with the Pendleton District Historical and Recreational Commission, 1972.)
- 1971: The Clemson Little Theatre, the Clemson Music Club and the Clemson Players co-sponsor Guys And Dolls in Daniel Auditorium.
- 1979: Second snowstorm of the season closes the university on Monday, February 19 and Tuesday, February 20.
- 1979: The Clemson Players present The Beaux' Strategem in Daniel Auditorium.
- 1995: A furniture exhibit is shown in Lee Hall. (Community Calendar, The Tiger, Friday 17 February 1995, Volume 88, Number 24, page 4B.)
- 2009: Texas Christian University replaces Central Michigan on the 2009 Clemson football schedule, the athletic department announces this date.
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