Tag archive for College of Architecture Art and Humanities

Waste Less – Promote More

Foley’s case study discussed how the Clemson Players pioneered an environmentally conscious approach to production of Eurydice.

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a transformation of light

Tony Penna bides in a liminal space, between light and darkness.

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art for the fearless

Today Robert will teach Lanier how to repaint a damaged wall.

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A railway to reason?

Could a railroad built from the sea straight to the heart of a young America possibly have saved the country from the catastrophe of civil war?

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growing the citified tree

Not every urban tree finds a home amid asphalt and concrete.

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Of all human qualities

From the first scan of script to the jitters of opening night, a play sweeps the faithful away on a journey of fearsome discovery.

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why the pitcher does research

An athlete prepares for a future in baseball’s number-crunching culture.

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Writing Toward Freedom

How a slave savant charmed his masters even as he denied their right to own him.

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Convict Labor

How easy was it for a business to lease a group of convicts?

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Brain trust

Many female athletes won’t risk reporting concussions if they can’t count on support from their coaches and teams.

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