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Partner Post Archive, December 02, 2013Will and I are just getting back from a short Thanksgiving holiday with our family in Chicago; for those of you who celebrate the American holiday, I hope you enjoyed weekends with your loved ones as well. I've gotten a few emails recently from prospective students and their prospective Continue Reading
Partner Post Archive, November 24, 2013We got our first real snowfall of the season yesterday. It wasn't much, just a couple inches, but it's just enough to transform the landscape into a bit of a winter wonderland. It was fun to watch the snow fall last night, and the boys loved playing with Continue Reading
Partner Post Archive, October 01, 2013A couple weekends ago we went to nearby Riverview Farm to pick some apples and raspberries. This is pretty much a required activity around here in the fall. ; ) We somehow managed to not get any pumpkins, which just means we'll have to go back again soon to pick Continue Reading
Guest Student Contributor, September 12, 2013Guest contributor, Hanna S. is a TP'14 and was co-chair of the Partner Orientation with Heidi S., a fellow TP'14. All Partner Orientation events were organized by the two TP'14 co-chairs and TP'14 volunteers. Summer is over and nothing rings in the new school year like having Continue Reading
Partner Post Archive, September 10, 2013We're still getting some warm days, but the mornings are starting to feel crisper and crisper when I wake up; you can feel that New England fall is just around the corner. I can’t believe summer’s waning to a close already. Boots, foliage, Continue Reading
Andrew M. - T'14, August 04, 2013Tuck's pre-orientation programs kick off in a week, and a new group of Tuckies will soon be arriving on campus and exploring the wonders of the Upper Valley! I went on two pre-orientation programs last year: Outward Bound (five days of sailing in the Gulf of Maine) and Continue Reading
Marcy H. TP'14, July 27, 2013Is it really almost the end of July already? Summer has really flown by. So what have we been up to? Well, my husband (Zach, T'14) has been busy working away at his internship in San Francisco, making great connections and really enjoying the work. Yet he often tells me Continue Reading
Andrew M. - T'14, July 24, 2013The summer is more than halfway over, and classmates have begun the countdown to when they get to return to Tuck. Excitement of returning is currently overwhelming the growing sense of foreboding that comes with entering the second—and final—year. As a lover of puns Continue Reading
Claire B. TP14, July 19, 2013Most (if not all) partners left Hanover for the July 4th holiday to visit their students. It's somewhat of a midpoint for internships (maybe a little early), and this year it fell on a Thursday, so it made for an easy long weekend trip for those of us Continue Reading
Claire B. TP14, June 24, 2013Well, summer's here! Which means most of the T'14s have left the Upper Valley for jobs around the world. Finals and FYP (First Year Project) presentations wrapped up the week of 5/27, and students had at least a few days of downtime (if not more) before starting Continue Reading
Marcy H. TP'14, June 11, 2013So here we are-- my husband, Zach (T'14), just finished his first year at Tuck, my Facebook page is filled with photos of proud T'13s in their graduation caps and gowns, and a steady stream of moving trucks are coming through Sachem as many Tuckies, Partners, and families take Continue Reading
Marcy H. TP'14, May 12, 2013Every once in a while I'll start taking it for granted, then I'll stop and really look around and am wowed all over again at the natural beauty that surrounds me. Maybe it sounds cheesy, but I feel really lucky to get to live here. Children at Continue Reading
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