Update on R.I.P Clemson House

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Copyright: Lauren Craig (me)

First off, I found out when they are tearing the building down. It will be after I graduate, sometime in late May.

Second off, the petition to save the barbershop failed. It’s future is now more unsure than ever.

I also found something productive to do. I’m in a creative inquiry class this semester that is responsible for compiling information into a book that is going to be called The History of the Clemson House. We are collecting stories, pictures, and memorabilia, so if you know anyone who lived or worked there let me know!

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