Cody Huggins ’17, a second lieutenant in the Air Force, and a group of friends hiked the Manitou Incline in Colorado Springs.
Tonya Burgess ’95 was married in Jamaica on August 11, 2018, and her niece Tasheka McDowell ’01 served as a bridesmaid. The aunt and niece duo showed off their shared love of Clemson during the wedding’s reception in Jamaica.
“I had three weeks between jobs and decided, very last minute, to hike Mt. Kilimanjaro — the tallest mountain in Africa. We arrived at the Lemosho trail head, and about five minutes before we started our ascent, I notice the unforgettable Clemson colors and logo. The purple sweatshirt was worn by a Swahili-speaking, Tanzanian native with a friendly face. We couldn’t communicate well, but the Tiger Pride was there!”
Chip ’92, M ’94, Ph.D. ’11, and Jenni Tonkin ’91 and their children, Chase and Shelby, took their Tiger Rag on a gondola ride in Switzerland up to the highest point in Europe: Jungfraujoch.
While visiting friends in Fort Worth, Lisa Britt ’01 drove down to Waco for the day to visit The Magnolia Silos area and see what Waco had to offer. “Here I am at the Miles to Magnolia display. Figured out it’s about 990 miles from Clemson to Waco.”