- 1967: Sealed bids for the new D. W. Daniel Building and ten-story office tower opened at 3 p.m. this date. Completion expected by December 1968. (The Tiger, "Construction To Begin On D. W. Daniel Building", 1 September 1967, Volume LXI, Number 2, page 1.)
- September 6-September 11, 1972: The College of Agricultural Sciences sponsors Aggie Week, culminating with a Friday night dance, with music by Utopia, free admission. An Ag Queen is crowned.
- 1975: Clemson announces that it will field a Women's Basketball Team for the 1975-1976 season. Mary Kennerty is named head coach. Clemson officials announce that the school will elevate women's swimming to varsity status. Coke Ellington is announced as the team's first coach. ("Clemson: Where The Tigers Play", by Sam Blackman, Bob Bradley and Chuck Kriese, Sports Publishing, L.L.C., 2001, pages 130, 166).
- 1979: The First Friday "Paw the Paladins" Parade held. Two Furman students are arrested after painting a purple "F U" on the side of the President's Mansion.
- 2007: Corey Smith performs on the lawn at Littlejohn Coliseum, 8 p.m. Florez-Acoustic opens. Judge Edward Miller denies proposal by Jerry Buck Inman's lawyer James Bannister that he be allowed to enter a guilty plea in the murder case of Tiffany Marie Souers before the judge, and then be sentenced by a jury to either life in prison without parole, or death by lethal injection. The judge cites state law that prohibits such an arrangement. The Tiger reports on this development on page one of the September 21 issue, Volume 101, issue 15, in an article by staff writer Cohen Simpson.
- 2007: September 7-September 9 - The Clemson Little Theatre presents "The Foreigner", a play by Larry Shue, in which the mysteries unfold in this funny yet cryptic trek amongst the Georgia pines. This is the first performance of the Clemson Little Theatre's 2007-2008 season. Pat Shull directs.
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