Archive for July, 2017

Clemson Administration Withdraws Job Posting: “Associate Director of Rainbow Initiatives” -Alexander Cullen

Clemson Administration Withdraws Job Posting: “Associate Director of Rainbow Initiatives” -Alexander Cullen

July 28, 2017 at 9:16 pm 0 comments

On July 18th, Campus Reform reported that Clemson University was to hire an “Associate Director for Rainbow Initiatives.” A position which would be in the Gantt Multicultural Center, the job description detailed a managing role in LGBTQA+ campus affairs such as lavender graduation, ally training and serving as the facultyRead More

Tiger Town Observer Receives “William F. Buckley” Award for “Outstanding Campus Reporting” -Zach Talley

Tiger Town Observer Receives “William F. Buckley” Award for “Outstanding Campus Reporting” -Zach Talley

July 26, 2017 at 9:06 pm 0 comments

The Tiger Town Observer would not exist without the Collegiate Network. The CN has consistently assisted the TTO with resources, advice, and connections which have allowed it not only to continue surviving but to thrive as well. Founded by William F. Buckley, The Collegiate Network was conceived as an organizationRead More

See the Stripes Wants Defamatory Speech Prosecuted: A Reminder that Free Speech is Moral -Alexander Cullen

See the Stripes Wants Defamatory Speech Prosecuted: A Reminder that Free Speech is Moral -Alexander Cullen

July 12, 2017 at 9:52 pm 0 comments

“Additionally, we want a public commitment from the Clemson University Administration to prosecute criminally predatory behaviors and defamatory speech committed by members of the Clemson University community (including, but not limited to, those facilitated by usage of social media)” – “List of Student Demands” from See the Stripes’ Website TheRead More

Protecting “The Thought That We Hate” -Matt Phillips

Protecting “The Thought That We Hate” -Matt Phillips

July 3, 2017 at 4:11 pm 0 comments

As July 4 approaches, people all over the country prepare to celebrate the victory of our forefathers in establishing independence.  But there is a greater contest unfolding in America these days: a competition over the extent to which free expression should be permitted. In this vital conflict, a major victoryRead More