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Established in 1907 as a bi-weekly news and sports journal, The Tiger is South Carolina's oldest college newspaper. The weekly national award-winning publication has a circulation of about 12,000 and is distributed every Friday on and off campus.
Today, The Tiger office is located inside Clemson University's Hendrix Student Center, its home since 2000. Previously, the newspaper had been located for many years on the ninth floor of the University Union. In October of 1997, the organization began the The Tiger: Online Edition which now manages to serve an average of 7,000 visitors a week. Although the newspaper used to receive funding each year from the University, The Tiger became financially independent in 2004. (More...)
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The Tiger Newspaper was chosen as Newspaper of the Year (2008)by the South Carolina Press Association (SCPA) in the category of weekly or bi-weekly newspaper.
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From ClemsonWiki's newest articles:
- ...that the Hanover House was first erected in Berkeley County circa 1716?
- ...that the Old Stone Church was first erected in 1797?
- ...that the Messenger was the first newspaper in the area, in 1807?
- ...that the Blue Ridge Railroad brought the first train service to the area in 1860?
- ...that the Seneca River trestle contains some 1530 tons of steel?
- ...that Richard Wright Simpson was the first Chairman of the Board of Trustees?
- ...that Henry Aubrey Strode was the only president never to oversee students?
- ...that Robert Cook Edwards was the longest-serving Clemson president? See President Edwards farewell letter.
- ...that Clemson's first Professor of Chemistry, Mark Bernard Hardin, witnessed the battle between the Merrimac and the Monitor?
- ...that Fort Hill Presbyterian Church is Clemson's oldest congregation, dating from 1895?
- ...that the Clemson College Chronicle was the original university publication of record, from October 1897?
- ...that August "Shorty" Schilletter scammed the college for thousands of dollars for over a decade?
- ...that Clemson's first tied football game outcome was versus Tennessee in 1901?
- ...that Clemson's highest football score was 122, to Guilford's 0? True! Also in 1901!
- ...that Clemson had a Confederate battle flag flap in 1904?
- ...that the Tiger football team's first forward pass took place on November 29, 1906?
- ...that "The Charge of the Pendleton Guards" was a parody of a poem by Alfred, Lord Tennyson?
- ...that Textile Hall in Greenville hosted the Southern Textile Exposition starting in 1915?
- ...that the S. A. T. C. was a short-lived military training program during the Great War?
- ...that the Clemson Little Theatre was founded in 1931?
- ...that Richard Newman Brackett was the last surviving and serving member of Clemson's original faculty?
- ...that Company C-4 Pershing Rifles was founded in 1939?
- ...that Lake Hartwell has 962 miles of shoreline and a holding capacity of 830 billion gallons of water?
- ...that the university provided the Issaqueena Bombing Range for World War II training?
- ...that the Rat Hop used to be the first musical dance weekend of the fall semester?
- ...that The Bridge at Clemson is an out-of-the-box youth ministry of the Church of the Nazarene?
- ...that Capri's was a popular Italian restaurant for over a decade?
- ...that the Clemson Wiki has a partnership with the University of Kansas KUpedia?(http://www.kupedia.org/wiki/index.php?title=Main_Page).
- ...that Clemson Girl.Com is a blog dedicated to all things Clemson and Girly?
- ...that TigerPaw Productions help stage major events at Clemson?
- ...that House Shows have become a Clemson tradition?
- ...that 4/5ths of The Hoodoo Hounds are Clemson professors?
- ...that the Clemson Corps has given out 352 scholarships since 1999?
- ...that Bash Riprock's, The Grocery, and The Library Club were all old Clemson watering holes?
- ...that Rollercoaster Road provides cheap, if illicit, thrills?
- ...that SHINE, Inc. provides the only soup kitchen in Pickens County?
- ...that the Traditions Calendar raises funds for a memorial to students who passed before graduation?
- ...that Warning Sirens are our friend?
- ...that the fourth annual Clemson Rave took place on Library Bridge on December 3, 2009 at 12:19 p.m.?
- ...that Help! is a recent Unhymnal song?
- ...that about 75 percent of Clemson students are de facto members of Gamma Delta Iota?
- ...that the Clemson area has two indigenous types of poisonous Snakes?
- ...that Welborn Bus Lines had a mixed history of serving Clemson?
- ...that Dabo Swinney is Clemson's twenty-fifth head football coach?
- ...that the next football games with Georgia are scheduled for 2013 and 2014?
- ...that the Clemson Wiki now lists every football game between 1896 and 2007?
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January 9, 2017 - Clemson defeats Alabama, 35-31, in Tampa, Florida, to clinch the 2016 NCAA National Football Championship.