Extra-Curricular Activities, Redux

Author:  Nicole C. Maloy, W’95

I am sending this post from my annual “Master Camp” karate vacation in Eastern PA (for the record, the masters are the instructors, not the students).

I know time is tight, and money is tight, and job/family/other obligations can often keep us from doing the things we love. but when things do come together to permit us to enjoy even a little taste of that extra-curricular life we remember from our student days at Penn, it is a great thing, no? I hope that, when you can, to whatever degree you can, all of you will carve out a bit of time to pursue not just a hobby, but a true personal interest, a passion, a love. As we have heard before, “We will find a way, or we will make one.”

Here we are lining up for our annual camp photograph – this is just a few rows. Nearly 40 countries are represented among the several hundred attendees.

Here we are lining up for our annual camp photograph – this is just a few rows. Nearly 40 countries are represented among the several hundred attendees.

Smile!

Smile!

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