Sara Ann Hutto

Articles by Sara Ann Hutto

California: Mary O’Brien ’92 and Heather Hajduk Reames ’94

Mary O’Brien ’92 and Heather Hajduk Reames ’94 were Clemson roommates who hadn’t seen each other in over 10 years. They reconnected when Heather dropped her daughter off for her freshman year at the University of San Francisco and spent a day of adventure touring the Bay Area.

Scotland: Brian Callahan ’99, M ’01, Ph.D. ’05 and Katie Callahan

Brian Callahan ’99, M ’01, Ph.D. ’05, director of Clemson Extension field operations, and Katie Callahan, director of the Clemson University Center for Watershed Excellence, visited Scotland to explore the Isle of Iona, which has been the victim of ancient Viking raids and a significant pilgrimage site for centuries. “We set off on a hike […]

Antigua: Thomas ’13 and Katie Stokes ’13 Kizer

Thomas ’13 and Katie Stokes ’13 Kizer were married on August 4, 2018 — a wedding complete with orange bowties, a Clemson garter “and the Tiger dancing with us at our reception.” The Kizers honeymooned in Antigua at Cocobay Resort. “The first thing at the top of our packing list was our Tiger Rag. Go […]

Club News

Mount Vernon Manicure The Baltimore/Washington, D.C., Clemson Club spent Saturday, April 21, grooming the grounds of George Washington’s Mount Vernon estate and gardens. If you look carefully, you can see the Mount Vernon estate house in the background. “Five generations of Tigers were represented,” said Rachael Wiker ’00, assistant director of the club. Dean Norton […]

Bring Your Daughter to Clemson 2018

Girls get a glimpse of what college life is like at Clemson. The Women’s Alumni Council celebrated the 20th annual Bring Your Daughter to Clemson weekend on May 18-20 with 132 girls ages 6 to 18 and 117 chaperones. As has become tradition, those in attendance stayed at Stadium Suites residence hall and took tours of […]

When in Washington, D.C.

Welcome to the nation’s capital! My name is Charlotte Richardson, class of 2016, and I live in Washington, D.C., where I work as a global events planner for the United Nations Foundation. While D.C. is home to some of the most famous monuments and museums, here are my top five recommendations, as a local, for […]

My Clemson: Nina Kawar M ’14

Q: Where do you live now, and what do you do? A: I’m a Palestinian-American artist currently living in Asheville, North Carolina. The majority of my time is spent working in my studio in Marshall, North Carolina, creating porcelain fine art sculptures for galleries and exhibitions. Q: How would you describe your artistic style? A: Organic, […]