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A $1 million dollar gift in honor of Samuel Lewis Bell and Lucia Beason Bell will award scholarships to undergraduate students from the Chester, S.C., area.
Former Tiger point guard Terrell McIntyre has pledged a significant contribution to be used toward enhancements to Clemson’s basketball facilities. McIntyre served as Clemson’s ACC Legend at the conference tournament in Greensboro, N.C., this past March.
Mike Gill came to Clemson from Baltimore in the fall of 1968 on a baseball scholarship, playing under Coach Bill Wilhelm. Today, he and his wife, Mary, support the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts with a generous endowment. Perhaps the connection between baseball and the Brooks Center is not readily apparent, but then Clemson has a way of bringing people and ideas together in unexpected ways.
Charleston businesswoman and philanthropist Anita Zucker and her family have made a $5 million Will to Lead gift to help build the Zucker Family Graduate Education Center at the Clemson University Restoration Institute, creating a focal point to drive the state's economy and a place for students, university faculty and staff and private industry to interact.
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