After a whirlwind winter on the Hill, catch up on what the Rams have been up to, including a VIP Q&A with Head of School Kate Saunders, a look at our alums returning to the Hill, and 30,000 small acts of service.
In her second year as Head of School, Kate Saunders P’17, ’21 has overseen some of the most significant progress in Tilton’s history.
You may have noticed a colorful new addition if you’ve been inside Skinner Tower recently. Read up on how our international students are making the Hill their home.
To celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Tilton students and staff turned a typical “day off” into a “day on” through several labors of love – approximately 30,000 of them.
What started as a club idea has catalyzed a network of women set on amplifying the voices at Tilton.
There are select memories that students take with them when they leave the Hill. However, few receive rave reviews like the annual Larry Bartell Tubing Night.
With alums ranging from the Class of 1961 to 2018, current Tilton students had the opportunity to hear a variety of perspectives on what comes after the Hill.
In the heart of New Hampshire’s capital city, just steps from the state house, sits Revelstoke Coffee. The shop just celebrated its four-year anniversary and, according to Alex Stoyle ’10, their success has been more about community than caffeine.