South Carolina universities push COVID-19 notification apps while one professor fears the consequences
Football games are a city-wide event at Clemson University. Every Saturday —rain or shine— students, alumni, faculty and residents flood campus to worship their top-ranked team. The scent of beer, southern barbecue and boiled peanuts wafts through a sea of vibrant orange and purple. Meanwhile, inside their 80,000-seat stadium, blaring marching band horns and intoxicated chants express Clemson’s passion for football and hometown spirit. Normally, this would be a paradise for fans.