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5 hrs ago |

Transcendent Authority & The Public Square

When any community of people loses a Transcendent and Authoritative "Center" that governs all morality and institutions, it has then embarked on the road to disintegration.


10 hrs ago |

New River Eves Science Lab Popular With Students

A new science lab at River Eves Elementary school is "off the charts" as far as its students are concerned.


Related Topix: Salisbury University

Sat Apr 19, 2014

Post and Courier

Clemson University considers tobacco ban

The chairman of Clemson University's Board of Trustees says a task force is discussing a policy that would ban the use of all tobacco products, inside or outdoors.


Related Topix: Smoking, Medicine, Health, Clemson, SC

Fri Apr 18, 2014

Lake Wylie Pilot

Crowders Creek Elementary carnival April 25

Crowders Creek Elementary School invites the community to its annual Spring Carnival and Outdoor Movie from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday, April 25. The movie, Disney’s “Frozen,” will begin at 8 p.m. Events include games, inflatables and local vendors, as well as food provided by Outback, Ron’s Barbeque, Domino’s, Bagel Boat and ... (more)


Related Topix: Rock Hill, SC, Clover, SC, York County, SC, Education Etc., Lancaster, SC

Post and Courier

Clemson solar advocate Rajendra Singh honored

A Clemson University professor was recognized by the White House this week for four decades of work promoting solar energy.


Related Topix: US News, Clemson, SC, Solar Energy, Alternative Energy, Renewable Energy (Green Energy), Energy

Goose Creek Gazette

Heitzler proclaims 'Student Painters Day'

Photo Provided Maison Piedfort of Lowcountry Student Painters joins Mayor Michael Heitzler as he signs the proclamation.


Related Topix: Goose Creek, SC

Easley Progress

Out & About

Plates will be $7 each and will include pinto beans, cornbread and beverage. Desserts will be available to purchase.


Related Topix: Liberty, SC, Pickens County, SC, Central, SC, Clemson, SC, Easley, SC

Thu Apr 17, 2014

The Weekly Standard

Don't Close Your Eyes, Unionize

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Post and Courier

College of Charleston student EMS team lands national award

College of Charleston EMS volunteer Lisa Petruncio wasn't sure what she would find when she responded to a recent call about an accident in a campus laboratory.


Related Topix: College of Charleston, Charleston, SC, Life, Holidays, Halloween

WTMA-AM North Charleston

Clemson's New President to Be Installed on Graduation Day

The new president of Clemson University is set to be officially installed next month during the university's spring commencement ceremonies.


The Summerville Journal-Scene

Santee Cooper names Baxley as VP

The Santee Cooper Board of Directors has named Fourth Circuit Judge J. Michael Baxley as senior vice president and general counsel, effective July 1. Baxley will replace James E. Brogdon, who retires June 30. Baxley was elected resident judge in the Fourth Circuit in 2000, where he represents Darlington, Marlboro, Dillon and Chesterfield counties ... (more)


Related Topix: Santee, SC, US News, Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals

Wed Apr 16, 2014


South Carolina's rural heritage to be celebrated

The past, present and future of South Carolina's rural heritage will be showcased and celebrated this month in an outdoor event.


Related Topix: Florence, SC, Family, Kids

Myrtle Beach Online

Conway examining Clemson incubator, asks Horry County for building

Conway Mayor Alys Lawson told County Council Tuesday that the city is working with staff at Coastal Carolina University, Horry-Georgetown Technical College and Clemson University to bring the incubator to Conway.


Related Topix: Conway, SC, Clemson, SC, Horry County, SC, Coastal Carolina University, Hartsville, SC

Financial News & Daily Record

Former Charlotte mayor to Downtown advocates: 'You have to keep trying'

Harvey Gantt, an architect, urban planner and former two-term mayor of Charlotte, N.C., was in Jacksonville Tuesday for a repeat performance of a presentation he made last year to the delegation that traveled to North Carolina on the annual JAX Chamber trip.


Related Topix: Downtown (Jacksonville, FL)

News Max

Clemson Football Program Accused of Promoting Christianity

Clemson's football program is being accused of promoting Christianity through its athletics department by the Freedom From Religion Foundation , a Madison, Wis.-based nonprofit that describes itself online as being "the nation's largest association of freethinkers ."


Related Topix: Non-Profit

The Georgetown Times

Porcher sworn in to Air National Guard

Provided Jamia Ashanique Porcher was officially sworn in as a member of the South Carolina Air National Guard on Wednesday, April 9. Jamia, a senior and honor student, chose to have this official ceremony conducted at Georgetown High School in which she attended for four years.


Related Topix: US National Guard, US Military, US News, US Air Force

Tue Apr 15, 2014

The Star

Names and Notes

Submitted Photo Kay Meyer with Clemson director of basketball operations Coach Richard Bender and Roberta Balliet.


Related Topix: Clemson, SC, North Augusta, SC


Chad Kelly Dismissed from Clemson for Conduct Detrimental to the Team

Boyd at Clemson just got a little more clear, as redshirt sophomore Chad Kelly has been dismissed from the team.


Mon Apr 14, 2014

Washington Times

Study will determine economic impact of Heritage

With the RBC Heritage being played this weekend on Hilton Head Island, researchers are working to get an updated figure on just how much money the PGA tour stop pumps into the local economy.


Related Topix: Hilton Head Island, SC, University of South Carolina Beaufort

Sun Apr 13, 2014

The Montgomery Advertiser

AUM event today honors civil rights historian

At 4 p.m. today, noted civil rights scholars will gather to present "Dixie Redux: A Symposium in Honor of Sheldon Hackney" at Auburn Montgomery's Taylor Center, room 230.


Related Topix: Montgomery, AL, University of South Florida, University of Pennsylvania, University of South Carolina