Where's Your Griz Been?

UM alumni take their Griz gear to unique places around the world


Categories: Alumni

Do you have a photo of yourself wearing Griz gear in a unique place? If so, send it and a brief description to themontanan@umontanan.edu
Winners will see their photo published in the Montanan. Those not selected will be shared on the UM Facebook page, @Umontana. To be considered, photos must be in focus with the UM or Griz logo clearly visible.

Grizzlies can paddle. Tiffin Hall, J.D. ’90, and wife Sandi Stevens enjoyed a 16-day raft trip down the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon this spring with a group of friends from Eureka, Montana.


Brian Lilletvedt, ’75, J.D. ’78, represents Griz Nation under the big guns on USS Battleship Missouri at Pearl Harbor this past March.

Retired Col. Valley Swan, ’51, takes the Griz to a southwestern habitat during a recent trip to the Anza Borrego Desert State Park in California. Swan, 91, spent the day searching for wildflower and cactus super blooms with his family.


  Theresa Vonada Carpenter, ’87, and her husband, Ken, toured the beaches of Normandy on a University of Utah alumni trip to commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day.


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