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- September 6-September 11, 1971: The College of Agricultural Sciences sponsors Aggie Week, culminating with a Friday night dance, with music by Utopia, free admission. An Ag Queen is crowned.
- 1971: An "Orange Parade" is held to drum up spirit on campus ("Campus Spirit Sought" by Lewis Kirk, The Tiger, August 27, 1971, page 6).
- 1974: Unit 2, the second nuclear reactor of the Oconee Generating Station, is put on line by Duke Power.
- 1975: Student Senate elections held.
- 1977: Much-noted folk husband and wife duo, Robin and Linda Williams, appear for the second of three nights in the Union coffee house, The Gutter, located in the basement of the Holtzendorff YMCA.
- 1985: Ken and Esther Revis-Wagner take possession of the keys to Nick's.
- 2003: Legendary Clemson sports announcer, Jim Phillips, dies suddenly, just days after calling a Tiger football game against Furman. He died at Greenville Memorial Hospital following seven hours of surgery after his aorta burst, the school said. Outside Clemson's booster office, the team's orange Tiger paw flag flew at half staff. The Clemson football team will wear the initials "JP" on its helmets during Saturday's game. "There has been a lot of tradition and history at Clemson and he's definitely a big part of it," football coach Tommy Bowden said. Phillips was the dean of Atlantic Coast Conference broadcasters. He was 69.
- 2006: Clemson falls to Boston College, 33-34, in two overtimes, in game played in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, despite the Tigers being favored by 2. Clemson is plagued by blocked kicks due to slow execution by the special teams player. Coach Bowden vows to work on the timing in practice. BC ties the series at 7-7-2.
- 2007: September 7-September 9 - The Clemson Little Theatre presents "The Foreigner", a play by Larry Shue, in which the mysteries unfold in this funny yet cryptic trek amongst the Georgia pines. This is the first performance of the Clemson Little Theatre's 2007-2008 season. Pat Shull directs.
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