- 1967: Library orientation held. (The Tiger, "Orientation - Long Lines And Even Longer Hours", 7 August 1967, Volume LXI, Number 1, page 1.)
- 1979: The Union sponsors a disco party on the Union Plaza at 8 p.m., music provided by WANS-FM, Anderson, South Carolina.
- 1980: Classes begin.
- 2003: Spittoono XXIII, Massively Redneck, music festival held at the National Guard Armory baseball field. Hank Williams, Jr. performs in Littlejohn Coliseum, the first show in the newly-renovated facility.
- 2006: Prosecutors announce that they will seek the death penalty against Jerry Buck Inman in the murder case of Tiffany Marie Souers in May. In a statement released this morning, 13th Circuit Solicitor Bob Ariail said that authorities "have completed our review of the case and have spoken with both law enforcement and the Souers family...we are all in agreement that this is the proper course for us to take." August 21-August 25: The United States Army Corps of Engineers conduct a site inspection of the former Lake Issaqueena Bombing Range to discern the presence or absence of World War II munitions or munitions components.
- 2007: Classes begin for fall semester. School District Pickens County classes begin.
- August 20, 2009-August 22, 2009: Spittoono XXIX, "Evolutionarily Redneck" held at the National Guard Armory ballfield, 6 p.m. - 2 a.m., featuring 18 bands in three days. Admission is free, all proceeds after expenses go to charity. No glass containers or coolers allowed.
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