January 21 in Clemson History
Events on January 21 in Clemson's History
- 1907: The Tiger is founded. Front page headline of Volume 1, Number 1 describes "The [Georgia] Tech - Clemson Game" played on Thanksgiving, with the Tigers winning, 10-6.
- 1971: The Astro III hosts an exclusive showing of Twentieth Century Fox's film Tora Tora Tora, as their grand opening.
- 1975: Sponsored by the Christian Science Organization at Clemson University, Charles Ferris presents a lecture-discussion explaining the Christian Science philosophy.
- 1978: The Union and CDCC present The Rocky Horror Picture Show at 7 p.m. in Tillman Auditorium, followed by Crack The Sky in concert at 9 p.m.
- 1982: Clemson Day is declared by the South Carolina State Assembly to honor the Clemson Tigers undefeated National Championship football season that was capped off with the 22-15 victory over the University of Nebraska in the the 1982 Orange Bowl in Miami.
- 2007: The Lady Tigers play at Boston College, but lose, 64-69.
- 2009: The Tigers preserve their NCAA record of the number of losses at an away venue, extending it to 0-54 in Chapel Hill as North Carolina beats the men's basketball team, 70-94.
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