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Turkey: Christopher Horton ’84

Christopher Horton ’84 traveled with friends to the archeological site of Göbekli Tepe in eastern Turkey. “This discovery is rewriting what is currently believed about the beginning of civilization, more than 50 times larger than Stonehenge and 7,000 years older,” writes Horton. “Less than 10 percent of the site has been excavated.”

Honduras: Zach Grimes ’15, Kellsey Simmons Grimes ’16, Tim Warrick ’11 and Tim Hasty ’83

Zach Grimes ’15, Kellsey Simmons Grimes ’16, Tim Warrick ’11, Tim Hasty ’83 and Ean Tucker pulled out their Tiger Rag 60 feet under water off the coast of Roatan, Honduras in May 2019. The unexpected reunion of Clemson alumni happened when the group was unknowingly assigned to the same dive boat during their vacation.

Spain: Audrey McFall ’21, Catie Haenel ’21, Charlie Pickens ’21, Emma Turpin ’21, Laughton Short ’21, Nick Murphy ’21, Charlie O’Tuel ’21 and Duncan Ellison ’21

Audrey McFall ’21, Catie Haenel ’21, Charlie Pickens ’21, Emma Turpin ’21, Laughton Short ’21, Nick Murphy ’21, Charlie O’Tuel ’21 and Duncan Ellison ’21 hiked 241 stairs to go see the chapel at San Juan de Gaztelugatxe during a study abroad opporunity in Bilbao, Spain. “The location is very famous in Spanish culture and also where some of ‘Game of Thrones’ was filmed. Go Tigers!”