Sam ’60 Turnipseed, professor emeritus of entomology, and his wife Roxanne Wood ’80 Turnipseed are missionaries in Quimistan, Honduras. On Jan. 1, 2018, at the Tranquilidad Foundation (the children’s home that the Turnipseeds founded in the Quimistan Valley), the couple shared their love of Clemson with their “children”–they’re ALL IN! For more info, visit www.tranquilidadfd.com.
On a trip to Australia and New Zealand in January 2018, Bill Hobbs ’66 and his wife Paula visited the Waradah Aboriginal Centre in the Blue Mountains near Sydney, Australia. He shared the Tiger Rag tradition with the aboriginal performers, who were happy to pose for Clemson World!
John Cline ’69 and his wife Janice Turner Cline visiting the Grand Canyon in celebration of their 50th wedding anniversary, watching their Tigers play in (and win) the National Championship on the same trip.
Amanda Whaley Arnold ’11 and husband Brett hiked to the top of the highest peak in Spain, Volcano Teide (3,555 m), on their honeymoon.
Chuck Graham ’71 at the Mount of the Beatitudes in Israel.
Chuck Graham ’71 and his wife Nancy toured Israel just after Christmas 2017. The couple posed at the Sea of Galilee with their Tiger Rag.
Chuck Graham ’71 (left) with friends on the steps to the Temple Mount, Israel.
Chuck Graham ’71 and his wife Nancy toured Israel just after Christmas 2017. They took a picture with their Tiger Rag at Mount Precipice.
Chuck Graham ’71 on the Temple Mount in Israel waving his Tiger Rag in front of the Dome of the Rock.
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.