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Back to Brown

BrownAlumParentBrownAlumParent Registered User Posts: 661 Member
edited September 2012 in Brown University
As I help my student pack the van for the annual road trip back to campus for the start of the year: warm wishes to all the new and returning students. May your coming year be as exciting and promising as it can be. May your parents be as happy and excited as you to see you at Brown. May your moving in be fun and easy, and may we all hope for good weather and not too awful traffic this weekend! "Ever True"!
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Replies to: Back to Brown

  • fireandrainfireandrain Registered User Posts: 4,737 Senior Member
    BrownAlumParent: Enjoy your last moving-in experience, and I hope your daughter has a great senior year. In May, you'll experience the best part about being a Brown alum and parent of a student -- you get to march down the hill at commencement with the alumni and watch your daughter walk by you, and then you get to march by her.
  • mgcsincmgcsinc Registered User Posts: 1,169 Senior Member
    ^ Seconded, commencement is the best.

    (Then again, you probably already know that.)
  • mayhewmayhew Registered User Posts: 643 Member
    My Brown student is counting the hours until the return to campus. This returning sophomore could not be happier - LOVES the school!!
  • franglishfranglish Registered User Posts: 2,308 Senior Member
    I'm jealous! This is the second year that we're not going back-- daughter graduated in '11. It was such a great 4 years. Good luck to all students and safe travels!
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