“I live in Charleston, S.C., but recently began working on a new business project with Mercedes Benz in Tuscaloosa, Ala. Of course, I have to show my Clemson pride while I’m here.”
While working for the nonprofit Water of Life, Sarah McAllister Kelley ’09 made the trip to Sierra Leone, West Africa, to drill a new water well for a local village.
Father and son Tommy ’91 and Alex ’14 Ryan made the trip to the Havasupai campground in the Grand Canyon. “The Havasupai is the most remote American-Indian reservation in the U.S., a beautiful campground in the midst of running streams and spectacular waterfalls. It was a memorable trip that we had to document with a […]
Tony Salvatore, Suzanne Salvatore, Becky Salvatore ’07 and Anthony Salvatore ’05 took a weekend tour of the Bay Area and visited the Golden Gate Bridge, China Town and other San Fransisco sights. “We saw the Fisherman’s Wharf and Pier 39’s famous seal lions, ate some cioppino, rode a cable car or two, walked through the […]
Bob Sattazahn ’78 and his wife, Lee Anne, celebrated the National Championship at the top of Mount Haleakala in Maui, as they did in 2017.
Harriet Smith ’75, M ’77, right, visited Yerkes Observatory before it closed to the public last fall. While there, she toured the observatory and spent several hours using the 40-inch refracting telescope to peer at stars, star clusters and planets. The observatory, located in Williams Bay, Wisconsin, has been called the “birthplace of modern astrophysics.” […]
Alex Crawford and his wife traveled to Munich, Germany, in December 2018. “We took a day trip excursion to Salzburg, Austria, birthplace of Mozart. While there, we visited Hohensalzburg Fortress, where my wife took this photo of me showing my Clemson spirit!”
Thomas Davis ’84 in Lake Tahoe: “After going to Silicon Valley to watch our Clemson Tigers win their third National Championship, my family and I rented an SUV to travel through the snow in Lake Tahoe. This picture was taken at 10,000 feet. What a view, and what a way to celebrate a 15-0 season.”
After a distinguished career in the U.S. Department of State, Kristie Kenney ’77 is still finding ways to serve.
Emily B. Martin ’10, M ’12, freelance illustrator and author of the fantasy adventure trilogy Creatures of Light, shares her favorite reads for winter.