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Ryan Lynch, a Clemson University freshman from Schenectady, N.Y., places tissue squares in chicken wire to create a Tiger Cub on a homecoming float on Bowman Field.

Photo by Sefton Ipock, Independent Mail

Ryan Lynch, a Clemson University freshman from Schenectady, N.Y., places tissue squares in chicken wire to create a Tiger Cub on a homecoming float on Bowman Field.

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  • Ryan Lynch, a Clemson University freshman from Schenectady, N.Y., places tissue squares in chicken wire to create a Tiger Cub on a homecoming float on Bowman Field.
  • Clemson University students Sam Poulos, left, and David Brabham position a piece of exterior trim on a Habitat for Humanity house on Bowman Field.
  • April Beckett places tissue paper in chicken wire to create a Clemson seal on a homecoming float on Bowman Field.
  • Clemson University students Matt Anderson, left, and Danny Schiau place tissue paper in a wire frame to decorate the face of a 22-foot Clemson Tiger as part of a homecoming float under construction on Bowan Field.
  • Clemson students John Hutson, left, and Henry Hutton place tissue paper in a chicken wire frame to create a 22-foot Clemson Tiger as part of a parade float under construction on Bowman Field.
  • Homecoming activities continue on Bowman Field on Thursday.
  • Kelly Kendall, a Clemson University freshman from Sandy Spring, Md., reaches for a screw while installing drywall in the Habitat for Humanity House on Bowman Field. This year’s build marks the 20th annual Clemson homecoming Habitat for Humanity project.
  • Workers put the finishing touches on the Habitat for Humanity house under construction on Bowman Field.

The annual Clemson University homecoming float and Habitat for Humanity construction are under way on Bowman Field.

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