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January 14 in Clemson History
Events on January 14 in Clemson's History
- 1946: Control of the U.S.A.A.F. Issaqueena Bombing Range is transferred from Greenville AAB, later Donaldson AFB, to Shaw Field, later Shaw AFB, Sumter, S.C.
- 1978: The board of trustees authorizes the administration to "proceed immediately" with plans for construction of a new 500-bed dormitory on campus, location and type to be determined. Also, renovation of Sirrine Hall at an estimated cost of $869,000, and a "support" facility for Daniel Hall at a cost of $226,980 are authorized. A new phase of expansion in the Cooper Library to be located in the basement is planned, but no timeline is established for the work. The board also reviews and endorses a proposal for new band uniforms, and returns it Dean Walter Cox for further study.
- 1978: The Star Trek and Science Fiction Mini-Convention held in the Pickens Building at Tri-County Tech, 10 a.m.-8 p.m. The film "Forbidden Planet" and the Star Trek blooper reel are shown.
- 2007: Men's tennis at the Bahamas Invitational, Nassau, Bahamas.
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