Visit to Norwich

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  1. MirandaTX

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    I am flying up to Vermont in a couple of days to spend the night at Norwich and then do an open house. The website does not give a very detailed description of what I'll be doing... does anyone have any experience or tips for me for my overnight? Thanks!
     
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    It depends on your host a lot too, the Rook youre staying with can tag you along on a few things
     
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    PM me with any questions or concerns, I'm a Rook at Norwich.
     
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    Kronk, does the Corps to do PT on Saturdays? I know if you do the overnight you are supposed to pack athletic clothes for PT but I wasn't sure if that is only on weekdays.
     
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    On weekends it is very rare. We need special approval to do so as a unit; however, if your Rook is into PT they can take you to a mountain or gym on their own during study hall times (if you want PT that bad, PM me)
    This Saturday is weird, we have a thing called the Rook Performance Challenge.
    Its goal is to test how we are coming along as recruits and there are rumors that we have a PT test as a component of it, but Army ROTC has a PT test the day before so even if we do only about 50% of the Freshmen will be doing it on Saturday.

    In either case, id definitely pack it.... Light clothes and warm sleeping bags/blankets make best for a good sleep when it gets below freezing and our windows are (supposed to be) open
     

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