August 10 in Clemson History
- 1871: Thomas Green Clemson, IV, and Anna Maria Calhoun Clemsons' son, Capt. John Calhoun Clemson (b. July 17, 1841), is killed in a train wreck between a passenger train and a lumber or freight train on the Blue Ridge Railroad near the future Seneca, South Carolina. He was 30 and unmarried.
- 1896: When a gangway collapses, 45 cadets are injured. Two hundred had crowded onto it while trying to get out of the rain.
- 1946: The Chemistry Building (later named Hardin Hall) burns at dusk. Cadet Richard A. Sublette misses all the fun, being laid up in the infirmary with a stomach bug.
- 1978: Second summer session exams.
- 2007: 9 a.m. - Deadline to submit other grades for the second summer session. Candidates for graduation may access grades.
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