Difference between revisions of "May 2"

From ClemsonWiki
Jump to: navigation, search
(1977 - Lambda Theta chapter of Alpha Kappa Kappa colonized at Clemson)
m
Line 2: Line 2:
  
 
*[[1888]]: The first meeting of the Life Trustees named in the will of [[Thomas Green Clemson]] is held under the (now-gone) oak tree on the estate at [[Fort Hill]]. A bronze tablet on a native boulder marks the spot and records minutes from that gathering.  (Cook, Harriet Heffner, "John C. Calhoun - the Man", The R.L. Bryan Co., Columbia, S.C., 1965, Library of Congress Card No. 65-19779, page 11.)
 
*[[1888]]: The first meeting of the Life Trustees named in the will of [[Thomas Green Clemson]] is held under the (now-gone) oak tree on the estate at [[Fort Hill]]. A bronze tablet on a native boulder marks the spot and records minutes from that gathering.  (Cook, Harriet Heffner, "John C. Calhoun - the Man", The R.L. Bryan Co., Columbia, S.C., 1965, Library of Congress Card No. 65-19779, page 11.)
 +
*[[1914]]: n the middle of a 10 game road trip (during which they went 8-2), Clemson baseball outhits Newberry 15-9.
 
*[[1977]]: Lambda Theta Chapter of [[Alpha Kappa Alpha]] sorority is colonized on the Clemson campus.  
 
*[[1977]]: Lambda Theta Chapter of [[Alpha Kappa Alpha]] sorority is colonized on the Clemson campus.  
  

Revision as of 02:36, 3 May 2019

May 2 in Clemson History

  • 1888: The first meeting of the Life Trustees named in the will of Thomas Green Clemson is held under the (now-gone) oak tree on the estate at Fort Hill. A bronze tablet on a native boulder marks the spot and records minutes from that gathering. (Cook, Harriet Heffner, "John C. Calhoun - the Man", The R.L. Bryan Co., Columbia, S.C., 1965, Library of Congress Card No. 65-19779, page 11.)
  • 1914: n the middle of a 10 game road trip (during which they went 8-2), Clemson baseball outhits Newberry 15-9.
  • 1977: Lambda Theta Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority is colonized on the Clemson campus.


May 1 May May 3