February 26 in Clemson History
- 1971: The Clemson Little Theatre, the Clemson Music Club and the Clemson Players co-sponsor Guys And Dolls in Daniel Auditorium.
- 1976: The defunct Pat Belew's Gold Nugget reopens as Nick's with a remodelled interior (booths added for the first time), operated by Nick Vatakis and Milton Antonakos, members of the Anderson, South Carolina Greek community.
- 1991: British computer programmer Tim Berners-Lee introduces WorldWideWeb, the world's first web browser and WYSIWYG HTML editor.
- 1994: With the Clemson University faculty completely dissatisfied by President Max Lennon's policies and administration of the school, and facing a Faculty Senate no confidence vote, Lennon announces his resignation this date. He will depart the university in July.
- 1995: The Y movie is Star Trek II - The Wrath of Khan in Holtzendorff, 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m., admission is 98 cents. Special concessions deal - 2 sodas & 2 large popcorn for $2. We take Tiger Stripe. Statewide Catholic Campus Ministries Retreat held at Camp Kinard, Leesville, South Carolina. "A weekend retreat for Catholic Students from Clemson, USC, Winthrop and Charleston to join together in reflection, prayer & fellowship." $30. For information call Office of Catholic Campus Ministry, 803-654-7804. (display advert, The Tiger, Friday 17 February 1995, Volume 88, Number 24, page 3B.)
- February 25, 1995-February 26, 1995: Blue Ridge Hunter Jumper Show held at the T. Ed Garrison Arena.
- 2006: The Clemson Players present The Burial at Thebes, a new rendition of Sophocles' Antigone, in the Brooks Center at 8 p.m., February 23-25, and 3 p.m. on February 26, admission $10 for adults, $5 for students.
- February 26, 2009-March 1, 2009: Clemson University's performing arts department and the Clemson Players will put a different twist on William Shakespeare’s “Two Gentlemen of Verona,” when they present the comedy of mistaken identity at 8 p.m. Thursday to Saturday and 3 p.m. Sunday at the Brooks Center. The award-winning musical is comprised of songs written by “Hair’s” John Guare and Galt MacDermont. For details, contact Glenn Hare (656-1478).
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