Kate Rauscher Davis ’02 and her mother, Paula Rauscher of Pumpkintown, visited Clyde Park, Montana, for a yoga and horseback riding retreat.
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Articles by Sara Ann Hutto
It was like something out of a movie. Blakely Mattern was picking up her journal one day in 2014 when a newspaper clipping slipped out of its pages. It was a small article she’d cut out months before from The Greenville News. Flipping it over, she saw, fitting perfectly in the cut-out square, an advertisement […]
“When the education career came to a sudden end, I was kind of looking around like, ‘OK, what do I do now?’” Phil Broder worked in environmental education for 25 years before his career path suddenly changed, and he found himself starting his own kite-making supply business. As a student at Clemson, Broder studied wildlife […]
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.
When John Acorn was in elementary school, he and his classmates would get their graded tests back from their teachers every Friday so that they could take them home and share them with their parents.
Damon L. Fowler ’78, M ’80 Kelly Durham ’80 Gray Rinehart ’86 Mark D. Major ’91 Will K. Thompson ’00 Catherine Garrison Davis ’95 and Elizabeth Garrison Rasor ’95, illustrated by Emily B. Martin ’10, M ’12 Jared Reck ’03 K.V. Scruggs ’03 Kimberly J. Simms ’06 Emily B. Martin ’10, M ’12 […]
Brandon ’07 and Parke Espy ’07 Jones with their son Erik visited the ESPN Headquarters in Bristol, Connecticut, over Memorial Day weekend. “We made sure to make a special stop by the Clemson wall!”
Billy Thomsen ’06, Jamie Kelso ’06 (both pictured) and Jamie’s wife Courtney Kelso ’06 summited Mount Kilimanjaro via the Rongai Route, climbing for over seven days. “Despite trying to keep our packs light, we had to bring a Clemson flag for the obligatory summit shot.”