The Clemson College Chronicle was Clemson's first publication of record, originally a monthly magazine that began publication in October 1897. Volume One, Number One of the Clemson College Chronicle was published by the Calhoun, Columbian and Palmetto Literary Societies of Clemson Agricultural College. First editor-in-chief was Arthur Buist Bryan. Page 36 states that "[w]e have in college at present about 260 cadets, of which number about 60 are 'rats'."
The publication went through a series of incarnations, and experienced periods of instability as it evolved through campus history. In the early and mid 1970s it underwent several censorship and funding crises. The magazine finally expired sometime in the late 1990s.
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