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A memorial service to celebrate the life and work of former Tri-County Technical College president Dr. Don C. Garrison will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, May 6 in the Marshall Parker Auditorium in Oconee Hall on the Pendleton Campus. Faculty, staff, retirees and community members are invited to attend.
To the naked eye of a South Carolinian, a clear night sky full of bright stars is usually appreciated. To Clemson astronomy students, however, the naked eye was never in style. Instead, they depend on high-powered telescopes, located around the world, to study the sky and the activity that lights up the universe.
Society has declared our hair — from the style to the color to how much of it we have — as a major player in the culture of today. When we start losing it, panic easily sets in. But local dermatologist, Sandra Lamberson, knows that most hair loss isn’t the end when it comes to our “crowning glory.”
Robert H. (Bob) Buse was a young man attempting to get his life started in Buffalo, N.Y., in 1943 when his country called him to duty in the United States Army. The nation was at war and Buse’s “services” were needed in the Asiatic-Pacific theater.