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Marcy H. TP'14, April 09, 2013Could it be? Might it actually be time to put away our heavy down coats and snow boots in favor of sunglasses and flip flops? The past week or two have certainly made it feel like that might be the case... So far this week it's been sunny and Continue Reading
Marcy H. TP'14, April 01, 2013Saturday morning we were greeted by golden sunshine, warmer temperatures, and no remnants of snow on the ground. Perhaps spring has arrived after all?? That morning was also the Tiny Tuckie Easter party! It was a wonderful shindig with food, sweets, and of course an egg hunt. A great time Continue Reading
Claire B. TP14, March 17, 2013We're in the middle of Tuck's two-week spring break. Many students are on international learning expeditions all over the world (faculty-led trips are currently ongoing in Japan, China, Israel, and South Africa). Other students have left the Upper Valley on self-planned trips. Some are kick-starting their Continue Reading
Partner Post Archive, January 02, 2013Happy New Year everyone!! We spent New Year's up here in NH and had a great time skiing, laughing, and relaxing with fellow Tuckies and TPs. Many of us left town to spend time over winter break with our families, though I must say I was really Continue Reading
Claire B. TP14, December 23, 2012Winter break is upon us! T'13s have been off since Thanksgiving and T'14s had one final assignment due on Dec 13th, after taking final exams from 12/10-12/12. The Sunday prior to finals was the Tiny Tuckie holiday party, a really great boost of holiday spirit and community Continue Reading
Claire B. TP14, December 17, 2012A new TP "club" (sounds more formal than really it is) this year is the Craft Club. TPs are always welcome to start up a new group based on any affinity/area of interest, and this year there seemed to be significant interest in crafting... so that's how Continue Reading
Claire B. TP14, December 11, 2012It's finals week, which means the students have been busy at work preparing for exams. So we leave them alone and go find our own fun This past weekend actually had gorgeous weather (sunny blue skies and low 40s in Hanover on Sunday!), so a few partners and Continue Reading
Marcy H. TP'14, December 07, 2012When applying to Tuck and during our weekend here for ASW, Zach and I were often told that the first two semesters (Fall A, lasting approximately the 4 weeks of September, followed by Fall B which lasts from October through mid-December) are incredibly intense and busy and overwhelming. As the Continue Reading
Claire B. TP14, December 03, 2012Will and I live in Sachem Village, which is primarily graduate student housing located about 1 mile down Main Street from campus. One of the huge perks of living here (in my opinion) is the proximity to other Dartmouth students--many Tuckies and Tuck families live here, but it' Continue Reading
Marcy H. TP'14, November 30, 2012We got our first real snowfall last night-- light flurries overnight that accumulated to just an inch or two of snow. Ok, perhaps not that impressive, but it was just enough to cover everything with a light blanket of white and make everything look very pretty. The children Continue Reading
Claire B. TP14, November 26, 2012"The nearest Target is an hour away, and the nearest Bed Bath and Beyond is an hour and fifteen minutes!!" How ever is one supposed to move into a new place without these two staples?? I remember hearing those distances and thinking our move to Tuck would be a Continue Reading
Claire B. TP14, November 19, 2012Tuckies are pretty awesome, but let's be honest... so are Tuck Partners (TPs). They continue to impress me in so many different ways--too many to delve into in a single post. For now, I thought I'd post a broad overview of the numerous and diverse Continue Reading
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