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Gorilla pride in Mexico – Danica (BME ‘04, MM ‘06) and Shane (BS ‘07) Gibson represented their Gorilla pride in Mexico when they visited the Mayan ruins at Uxmal.

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On top of the world – Jennifer Culler sports her Gorilla wear at 10,000 feet in the Swiss Alps. Jennifer attended PSU 2007-2010 and is now in pharmacy school at KU.

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Jamaica Gorilla – Harry Hester (BSED ‘98 MS’ 02) shows his Gorilla pride at Couples Resort in Negril, Jamaica, last May. Harry teaches and coaches football at Cherryvale (Kan.) High School and was selected as a defensive coach for the East side in this year’s Shrine Bowl at PSU.

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Gorillas and aliens – Rhonda Pernot Bradshaw (BS ’81, MS ’95), Robbi Pazzie (BS ’81), Eric Bradshaw, BS ’08), and Kerry Merrell Kubler (BS ’79, MS ’86) met some new out-of-this-world friends in Roswell, N.M.

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On Mt. Fuji – Proud Gorilla William Sykes (BGS ‘86) accompanied by a young soldier, hiked to the summit of Mt. Fuji in Japan, where the retired Army officer now works for the Army as a civilian.

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Stonehenge – The ancient mysteries of Stonehenge hold special allure for Bobby Winters, professor of mathematics and associate dean of the College of Arts and Sciences.

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In France – Mike Yuza (BS ‘97, Plastics Engineering) and Jenifer Yuza (BS ‘96, Commercial Graphics) are proud Gorillas on a visit to Saint-Honorat Island in France in April. Mike was rewarded with a trip to Cannes for being inducted into the PolyOne Chairman’s Club.

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The Big Apple – Mitchell Hucke celebrates his May 2014 graduation with his sister Andrea, a junior, by visiting New York City.  Here they are standing by the Hudson River near Riverside Park on the upper west side of Manhattan.

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Like mother like daughter – Carol Meza, BS ’04, and her daughter show their Gorilla pride in Cabo, Mexico.

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Gorilla anniversary – Zeb (BAS ‘11) and Tammie Burnett, show their Gorilla pride while celebrating their two-year anniversary in Jamaica at Sandals Whitehouse.

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Gorillas in Europe – Pam (PSU alumna) and Guy (former faculty member) Owings display their Gorilla pride at a tulip farm near Amsterdam. Standing next to Guy is Ekaterina Bakulina, who graduated with a degree in accounting in May 1997. Ekaterina (Katya) now lives in Moscow, Russia. Standing next to Pam is Dimitri Prokopchic, who graduated with a degree in computer science in May 1994. Dimitri (Dima) now lives in Delft, The Netherlands.

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Gorillas in Turkey – Gregor (BST ‘01) and Jasna Kalan and their children showed their Gorilla pride in front of the Blue Mosque in Istanbul in July where they stopped on the way to visit family in Slovenia.

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Gorillas in Razorback land – Young Maddie Davenport, daughter of Mike (BSET ‘94) and Jennifer Davenport, shows her Gorilla pride during Red Ribbon Week at her school in Fort Smith, Ark. With her is her teacher, Laura Strassle York (BSEd ‘93).