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[[Bowman Field]] is an extremely large open grassy area in front of [[Sikes Hall]], [[Tillman Hall]], [[Godfrey Hall]], [[Holtzendorf Hall]], and [[Mell Hall]].  It is often regarded as the central location for leisure activity for students.  On most any day with nice weather you are likely to see students laying out, tanning, studying, throwing frisbee, playing football, volleyball, soccer, or even playing with their dogs.
 
[[Bowman Field]] is an extremely large open grassy area in front of [[Sikes Hall]], [[Tillman Hall]], [[Godfrey Hall]], [[Holtzendorf Hall]], and [[Mell Hall]].  It is often regarded as the central location for leisure activity for students.  On most any day with nice weather you are likely to see students laying out, tanning, studying, throwing frisbee, playing football, volleyball, soccer, or even playing with their dogs.
  
Bowman Field is used by many organizations throughout the year for a whole variety of different activities.  [[Clemson AFROTC]] can be seen using the field for practice marches on most afternoons.  Clemson [[fraternities]] and [[sororities]] also use Bowman Field for their many activities like [[Powderpuff Football]].  [[First Friday]] activities are usually held on here and once a year, [[Homecoming]] floats are built on Bowman Field, in full view of all passing pedestrians and motorists.  [[Habitat for Humanity]] builds a house for charity right on Bowman Field yearly.
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Bowman Field is used by many organizations throughout the year for a whole variety of different activities.  [[Clemson AFROTC]] can be seen using the field for practice marches on most afternoons.  Clemson [[fraternities]] and [[sororities]] also use Bowman Field for their many activities like [[Powderpuff Football]].  [[First Friday]] activities are usually held here and once a year, [[Homecoming]] floats are built on Bowman Field, in full view of all passing pedestrians and motorists.  [[Habitat for Humanity]] builds a house for charity right on Bowman Field yearly.
  
 
[[category:Sights to See]]
 
[[category:Sights to See]]

Revision as of 19:30, 14 March 2005

Bowman Field is an extremely large open grassy area in front of Sikes Hall, Tillman Hall, Godfrey Hall, Holtzendorf Hall, and Mell Hall. It is often regarded as the central location for leisure activity for students. On most any day with nice weather you are likely to see students laying out, tanning, studying, throwing frisbee, playing football, volleyball, soccer, or even playing with their dogs.

Bowman Field is used by many organizations throughout the year for a whole variety of different activities. Clemson AFROTC can be seen using the field for practice marches on most afternoons. Clemson fraternities and sororities also use Bowman Field for their many activities like Powderpuff Football. First Friday activities are usually held here and once a year, Homecoming floats are built on Bowman Field, in full view of all passing pedestrians and motorists. Habitat for Humanity builds a house for charity right on Bowman Field yearly.