Rupal Shah M ’07 shares her thoughts on the current pandemic, specifically differing perspectives and circumstances and the behaviors they produce.
When it became clear that the coronavirus pandemic would temporarily close schools and keep kids at home with their parents and guardians, Douglas Piper converted some of his prints into free coloring pages.
Our group of Clemson travelers (4 couples who all met as Clemson students) found this orange starfish off the shore of Lubbers Quarter Cay in the Abacos, Bahamas. I think it made a fine accessory to my Clemson hat and orange shirt. Pictured is Taylor Zeck ’00 Rider (married to Michael Rider ’98).
A chilling fable about a family marooned in a snowbound town whose grievous history intrudes on the dreamlike present.
The Addisons-Julia and Tonio, ten-year-old Dewey, and derelict Uncle Robbie-are driving home, cross-country, after collecting Robbie from yet another trip to rehab. When a terrifying blizzard strikes outside the town of Good Night, Idaho, they seek refuge in the town at the Travelers Rest, a formerly opulent but now crumbling and eerie hotel where the physical laws of the universe are bent.
J. Drew Lanham ’88, M ’90, Ph.D. ’97
The Home Place: Memoirs of a Colored Man’s Love Affair with Nature (Milkweed Editions) is a rare and original story, one that speaks to the larger landscape of American identity. Watch a video from Lanham to learn more about his story.
- Author: Thomas Kuehn, Clemson University, South Carolina
- Date Published: March 2017
- availability: In stock
- format: Hardback
- isbn: 9781107008779