January 12 in Clemson History
 Events on January 12 in Clemson's History
- 1951: The Robert Shaw Chorale makes a repeat appearance at Clemson (TAPS 1951, page 246.)
- 1978: Classes begin. The Clemson Concert Series presents the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra in Littlejohn Coliseum featuring solo violinist Aaron Rosand, replacing Eugene Fodor, who was unable to appear due to illness.
- 1983: Tiger Band concludes a most successful season with an appearance in the Governor's Inaugural Parade in Columbia.
- 2007: Men's track at Blacksburg, Virginia, 5 p.m. Women's track at the Kentucky Invitational. Men's tennis at the Bahamas Invitational, Nassau, Bahamas. Deadline for registration to Be a Clemson Cheerleader or Rally Cat for a Day, on Saturday, January 20. Ages 4-18 get to cheer on the court for one time-out and at halftime when all participants perform Tiger Rag during the Men's basketball game with Boston College. Registration is $50 and includes lunch, instructional fee and souvenir tee-shirt. Admission to the game is $18 per person.
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