Meg Langston Wilkins ’84, visited Zermatt, Switzerland, for a spring vacation. She’s pictured showing Clemson Pride in front of the Matterhorn!
Kristen is currently living in Adelaide, Australia, and will be for the rest of 2015 as she interns at a local church, Trinity Bay, with TEAM (The Evangelical Alliance Mission). She is aiming to explore the land “down under” while sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ. That exploration landed her with a cute little kangaroo at the Cleland Wildlife Park!
Mac and Karen Devine on top of the dome of St Peter’s in Vatican City looking out over the city of Rome.
Sidney Able ’78 and daughter Lauren Johnson ’07 visit Machu Picchu during her spring break from graduate school.
Andrew Gardner ’13 and Kelsie Houck ’13 are pictured at Tiger Kingdom, right outside the city of Chiang Mai, Thailand. The couple went on a two-week trip to Thailand to celebrate Kelsie graduating from Clemson’s Master’s of Accountancy program back August 2014.
Harvey Younginer ’62 and his wife took at trip to Nashville over the holidays. They took at steamboat trip up the Mississippi river and visited several of the theaters and shows in the city. On one of their excursions, they ran into country star Steven Whitson, pictured here with Harvey. Go Tigers!
William “Bill” Whitfield ’65, Nina (Riley) Nordin ’85 and Lauren Nordin ’17 visited Nicaragua with Chosen Children’s Ministries.
Tiger siblings Stephen, Sarah, and Carlene Vance visit their parents who live in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, during the winter holidays. Encountered locals who recognized the Tiger Paw on 12/30/14 and said they watched Clemson beat Oklahoma in the bowl game the night before.
Seven Clemson friends vacationed in Paris, their second trip together since graduating two years ago. While vacationing in Paris, they took a day trip to Champagne, France, to tour different chateaus. This picture was taken outside of Chateau Moet and Chandon.
Back row: Jenn Fantin ’12, Casey Hobbs ’13; front row: Gab Valentini ’12, Talysa Glogower ’12, Anna Finke ’12, Taylor Long ’12, Erin Scheuer ’12.
At the end of the first quarter of the Syracuse football game, the Alumni Association honored Bryn Smith ’02 with the Volunteer of the Year Award, the highest and greatest expression of appreciation extended to an individual by the Alumni Association staff for outstanding service and volunteerism.
After graduating in 2002, Smith moved to New York, where she worked to build a network of Clemson alumni and chartered the New York/Tri-State Clemson Club. She has played a pivotal role in assisting alumni as well as students in her area, helping them to relocate, find internships and expand their careers.