May 25 in Clemson History
- 1928: Gene Moore Jr. born in Lake City, South Carolina.
- 1967: Clemson University announces that construction of a second high-rise dormitory next to Manning Hall, currently slated for completion in August, will begin this summer. Sealed bids for the project are being taken. (The Tiger, "High-Rise", 7 August 1967, Volume LXI, Number 1, page 7.)
- 1977: Star Wars, later retitled Episode IV - A New Hope, opens in theatres, and the world is never the same again.
- 1996: Clemson's Matthew LeCroy begins a 22 game hitting streak in an NCAA Regional win over West Va. The streak would last through Mar 8, 1997, a 22-11 win against Coastal Carolina, ending on March 9.
- 2007: Last day to drop a class or withdraw from the university without a W grade for the first summer session.
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