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Bringing a gift to an admitted students' reception?

journeevertejourneeverte Registered User Posts: 159 Junior Member
edited April 2010 in Princeton University
I was wondering whether it's necessary or appropriate to bring something--a small gift, like a box of chocolates--to a local admitted students' reception held at an alumna's house. My mom insists that it is, since the reception will be held at someone's house, but does the rule apply to college-related things? What do you guys think?

( Thanks! :] )
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