There are only forty-two copies of The Workes of Geoffrey Chaucer, edited by John Stow, held in public institutions across the United States. Of the forty-two, a mere eleven reside west of the Mississippi. The University of Montana just happens to have one of them.
Brandon Tuss ’97, middle, his wife, Steph Tuss, right, and Liz Kelly ’10 proudly don their Griz gear on Inisheer during a recent trip to Ireland. Among the many sites they visited were the Cliffs of Moher, the Aran Islands, Trinity College and St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Dublin, and of course, the Guinness Storehouse.