Entries by Dana Morgan

Clemson Alumnus Heads New US Space Force

The last time it happened was just two years after the end of World War II when President Harry Truman signed the National Security Act of 1947 creating a separate United States Air Force. Last December, President Trump signed the 2020 National Defense Authorization Act creating the United States Space Force, America’s first new military […]

Jim Warren Named Honorary Alumnus by Clemson Alumni Association

The Clemson Alumni Association recently honored founder and president of College Connections, LLC, Jim Warren, with the designation of Honorary Alumnus of Clemson University. The distinction of Honorary Alumnus is a special recognition intended for steadfast Tiger supporters whose “blood runs orange” but who never attended Clemson. “The Clemson family is real.  It’s not just […]

Scroll of Honor – John Oscar Mauldin

Night Mission It seems odd to drive through campus without seeing students. The University’s response to the Coronavirus pandemic has left campus and downtown Clemson with only a tiny fraction of its normal population. It is strange to note the absence of students on the grassy expanse of Bowman Field–strange, but not unprecedented. In response […]

Scroll of Honor – Guy Webb

Bloodiest Battle In With the Old Breed, his classic memoir of combat in the Pacific Theater of World War II, Eugene Sledge described the feelings of “utter helplessness” when enduring enemy shellfire on Okinawa. Guy Robert Webb, Jr. of Saluda was plunged into the muddy and bloody battle of Okinawa as an officer in the […]

Healthcare Heroes and Essential Workers

Calling All Healthcare Heroes and Essential Workers We want to salute all of our alumni and their families who are making an impact in their community. If you are in the Healthcare field or considered an Essential Worker, – doctor, nurse, EMT, fireman, police officer, military, delivery truck drivers, restaurant workers, grocery store workers, etc. […]

Scroll of Honor – Walter Bennett and Marion Innis Jenkins

Scroll Shared History They were born two months apart in late 1918, studied agriculture, marched across campus in the same parades, graduated as members of the Class of 1941, and on a dark night in April 1945, ended up sharing a foxhole. Walter Bennett graduated from Orangeburg High School in 1936, completed a business course […]