March 10

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  • 1910: The formal unveiling and presentation to the nation takes place of a statue of John C. Calhoun in Statuary Hall of the Nation's Capitol building in Washington, D.C. It depicts the statesman with his great coat thrown over his shoulders, "and as if he were going to take a step forward. During the unveiling ceremonies words of praise were showered upon him for the wonderful work he had accomplished in his more than forty years of public service." The King's Mountain Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, sought the selection of Calhoun from a long line of the State's honored sons, and at the presentation ceremonies in the Capitol building in Washington, its Chapter Regent, Miss Gist, and the South Carolina State Regent, unveiled the statue. (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 7.)
  • 1920: A mass student walk-out takes place in which more than 400 of the 779 cadets leave campus for home, protesting a "prison camp"-style military discipline, "unscrupulous," or "high-handed" treatment, and the eternal complaint of bad food. President Walter Merritt Riggs refers to the student body as "the Bolshevik Class of 1920." This walk-out leads to the creation of the Department of Student Affairs.
  • 1971: The Johann Strauss Ensemble of the Vienna Symphony Orchestra, Walter Puschacher, director, performs in Littlejohn Coliseum as part of the Clemson University Concert Series. Performance at 8 p.m. (Riley, Helene M., "Clemson University", Arcadia Publishing, Charleston, South Carolina, 2002, Library of Congress card number 2002108889, ISBN 0-7385-1470-5, page 120.)
  • 1995: Shotgun plays at McP's, Harambe is at TD's, and Better Days plays the Esso Club. (Community Calendar, The Tiger, Friday 17 February 1995, Volume 88, Number 24, page 5B.)
  • 2007: The Tiger celebrates its 100th anniversary with a reunion banquet in the Almeda Jacks Ballroom in the Hendrix Center from 8 p.m. to 2 a.m. Senior staff from late 1970s retires to the Sloan Street Tap-Room for an editorial board meeting. Mu Beta Psi national convention banquet held at the Madren Center at 7 p.m. Annual Brooks Center Fundraiser held at 7 p.m. in the Madren Center Ballroom - don casual clothes and enjoy delicious food, music by the Second Nature Band of Camden, and a fabulous silent auction. All proceeds help to support Brooks Center activities. Admission is $75 per person ($37.50 tax deductible) - limited to 200 people. "The evening was a hit, and we raised over $32,000," reported Barbara Schwartz, chairperson of the fundraiser.
  • 2010Terry Don Phillips made the announcement on Wednesday. McKinney served the Clemson program for each of the last five years, including this past year when the team had a 13-

"At this time, I believe a change is needed for me and Clemson University. I'd like to wish Clemson University and Lady Tiger Basketball all the best going forward."

-I, and she has compiled a 275-231 record overall, including six 20-win seasons and two NCAA Tournament appearances at Rice. She averaged 20.4 wins a year her last eight years at Rice. McKinney finished with a 58-93 record for her five seasons at Clemson, including upset victories in the first round of the ACC Tournament in 2008 and 2009. That was the first time in 10 years Clemson won games in back-to-back ACC Tournaments. She also coached Clemson to victory over rival South Carolina in each of the last two seasons.

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