Turkey: Christopher Horton '84

Christopher Horton ’84 traveled with friends to the archeological site of Göbekli Tepe in eastern Turkey. “This discovery is rewriting what is currently believed about the beginning of civilization, more than 50 times larger than Stonehenge and 7,000 years older,” writes Horton. “Less than 10 percent of the site has been excavated.”

Travelers Summer 2019

Phil ’83, Ann ’87, Gracie ’19 and Wilson ’13 Scott found a Clemson-colored beach hut among many others on Brighton Beach in Melbourne. “I had a presentation I was giving in Melbourne, Australia, at the Sigma Theta Tau International Research Congress (Nursing Honor Society),” Ann says. “We turned it into a family vacation.”

Travelers Summer 2018

Alabama: Robert Bussmann '16, Michael Dolan '15 and Matt Koch '15

Robert Bussmann ’16, Michael Dolan ’15 and Matt Koch ’15, all second lieutenants, in Fort Rucker, Ala., celebrating Dolan’s graduation from the U.S. Army’s flight school where he learned to fly the CH-47F Chinook, a heavy-lift cargo helicopter.

Travelers Winter 2018

Zack Geiger ’13 and Andy Burns ’15 took a three-day tour through the Sahara Desert near Merzouga, Morocco. The pair rode camels into the desert, snapping a picture on the sands with their Tiger Rag on the way to a nomadic campsite. “It was an exhilarating trip made all the more exciting by angry, spitting camels and our guide quitting on day two after a dispute with the driver. It truly was the trip of a lifetime,” Burns says.

Travelers Summer-Fall 2017

Lindsay Rodenkirchen shows off her Tiger Rag while sitting in a pen of pedigree Border Leicesters sheep. She is studying at the University of Glasgow in Scotland as part of an agreement between Clemson Animal and Veterinary Science and the University of Glasgow.

Travelers Spring 2017

Cole Swartwood ‘16 and Sammie Flynn ‘17: After traveling to see Clemson shut out Ohio State in the Fiesta Bowl on New Year’s Eve we decided to travel north to Page, Arizona. Page is home to one of the most popular sites to see nature has to offer, the Horseshoe Bend. We took our Tiger Rag within a few feet of the edge to get this awesome picture.

Whether you were in Tampa or elsewhere, we heard you celebrating the Clemson championship for weeks! Below are fan photos submitted to us.
Have your own photo you want to share? Email jdselle@clemson.edu and we’ll add it to the gallery.