Articles in Columns
When I was a cub reporter on the Clemson football beat, covering the team was a wholly different process than it is now. When practice dismissed, you pretty much just grabbed James Davis, DeAndre McDaniel or whomever you needed, pulled them aside and got the quotes you needed for your story.
Love wins. Even for immigrants.
Over the past two weeks or so, the sports staff has been working feverishly to bang out an eye-popping amount of content for the paper’s annual high school football preseason preview magazine, and I have to admit it’s been surreal to watch that process play out while watching from the proverbial sideline.
August is the month when parents bid farewell to not only their college-bound youngsters but also a sizable chunk of cash for tuition. More than 18 million students attend our more than 4,300 degree-granting institutions. A question parents, their college-bound youngsters and taxpayers should ask: Is college worth it?