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*Captain [[Frank Johnstone Jervey]] joins the Clemson University board of trustees.  He will serve until [[November 14]], [[1975]].
 
*Captain [[Frank Johnstone Jervey]] joins the Clemson University board of trustees.  He will serve until [[November 14]], [[1975]].
 
*Two Clemson students from Hartsville, South Carolina, out walking on the [[Southern Railway]] [[Seneca River]] Trestle over [[Lake Hartwell]] are caught by a freight train.  One succeeds in getting out of the way, but the other is killed.
 
*Two Clemson students from Hartsville, South Carolina, out walking on the [[Southern Railway]] [[Seneca River]] Trestle over [[Lake Hartwell]] are caught by a freight train.  One succeeds in getting out of the way, but the other is killed.
 
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*[[Harvey Gantt]], the first African-American admitted to Clemson, is graduated with honors.
 
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Revision as of 19:39, 28 October 2006

1965 in Clemson History

Events in 1965

  • Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) program starts in the College of Arts & Sciences through partnership with Anderson Memorial Hospital. AMH has a nursing school onsite, which is now used for administration, support, and information services.
  • Captain Frank Johnstone Jervey joins the Clemson University board of trustees. He will serve until November 14, 1975.
  • Two Clemson students from Hartsville, South Carolina, out walking on the Southern Railway Seneca River Trestle over Lake Hartwell are caught by a freight train. One succeeds in getting out of the way, but the other is killed.
  • Harvey Gantt, the first African-American admitted to Clemson, is graduated with honors.


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