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Photos: New England Crew Visits Newport, Rhode Island

Posted: July 22, 2019

The Breakers

Administrators and student workers at the College’s East Coast campus took a well-deserved break this weekend before putting the finishing touches to the campus in time for the upcoming New England Summer Program. A group of 20 chartered a bus to Newport, Rhode Island, and spent the day exploring the famous Ocean State town.

  • New England Staff Visit Newport RI 2019
    Slideshow: Trip to Newport
  • New England Staff Visit Newport RI 2019
    Slideshow: Trip to Newport
  • New England Staff Visit Newport RI 2019
    Slideshow: Trip to Newport
  • New England Staff Visit Newport RI 2019
    Slideshow: Trip to Newport
  • New England Staff Visit Newport RI 2019
    Slideshow: Trip to Newport
  • New England Staff Visit Newport RI 2019
    Slideshow: Trip to Newport
  • New England Staff Visit Newport RI 2019
    Slideshow: Trip to Newport
  • New England Staff Visit Newport RI 2019
    Slideshow: Trip to Newport
  • New England Staff Visit Newport RI 2019
    Slideshow: Trip to Newport
  • New England Staff Visit Newport RI 2019
    Slideshow: Trip to Newport
  • New England Staff Visit Newport RI 2019
    Slideshow: Trip to Newport
  • New England Staff Visit Newport RI 2019
    Slideshow: Trip to Newport

Being in the home of some of the United States’ most storied mansions, most of the group took the opportunity to visit The Breakers, the summer home of the Vanderbilt Family, while others went to the National Museum of Illustration.

Breakers interior

Afterward all met for a hike along Newport’s cliff walk, cooling off from the summer heat and swimming in the bay.

Cliffs of Newport

The group then enjoyed a seafood dinner on Bowens Wharf, where they met up with the parents of an incoming TAC, New England, freshman.

Monday, it was back to work! There are still a few openings in both the New England Summer Program and the Freshman Class. If you are interested, apply while there is still time!

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