Clemson Responds to Alcohol Licensing Sign at Stadium

Clemson University addressed the buzz around a new alcohol licensing sign at Memorial Stadium, stating there are “no plans” to sell alcohol publicly at the stadium. The sign indicates a request for a license to sell beer, liquor, and wine, but Clemson’s associate VP of communications, Joe Galbraith, clarified it pertains to storing alcohol for catering and special events. This process, involving public notice, has occurred before on campus. Alcohol is stored and served privately in certain areas, and the university’s policy allows students 21 and older to possess alcohol in specific locations. Objections to the license application can be filed by June 13.