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Communications major hopes to spread kindness throughout the world

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Tatum Laliberte is a junior civilian student majoring in Communications and minoring in Psychology. She is from Bristol, VT, where she considers it to be her hometown. She is passionate about field hockey, often finding her on the field as part of the club on campus. In her free time, she works and skis at Mad River Glen. She loves live music and dancing her heart away.

On the side, she has been actively involved in raising funds for cystic fibrosis through “The Three-Day Stampede” during the duration of her life through different fundraising events.

Her decision to attend Norwich was influenced by its close proximity to home and the fact her father is an alumnus from the class of 98. She wanted to share that connection with him.

During her time in Norwich, she aspires to develop and improve various skills within the communications field, working with all aspects of media and some marketing and exploring different aspects to help her determine her focus post-graduation.

She is sure of her desire to emphasize kindness and love throughout her life, inspired by the cherished memories of her loved ones she’s lost too soon. To her, they continue to motivate Tatum to spread joy in the world. #loveiswhereyoufindit

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    Deborah BrownOct 12, 2023 at 6:02 pm

    I recently met Tatum and found her to be an inspiring young person. She was engaging and passionate about school and what she hoped to accomplish. I have hope for our Country when I meet young people like her. Thank you Tatum and best of luck !!