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Cornell Parents/TidBITS Meetup with Adam & Tonya

Our son Tristan will be attending Cornell University this fall, and since we mentioned that fact in TidBITS, we’ve gotten a handful of messages from readers whose children are also going to Cornell. If you’ll be in Ithaca this weekend, send me email at with your iMessage-capable phone number or email address. We’ll see if we can meet at a Cornell reception or arrange a dinner on Friday or Saturday night.


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Comments about Cornell Parents/TidBITS Meetup with Adam & Tonya
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Hector I Macedo  2017-08-14 20:01
Adam, congratulations to Tonya and you for this, all parents love to see their kids follow their steps.
Adam Engst  An apple icon for a TidBITS Staffer 2017-08-15 11:33
Thanks! It really is enjoyable to see Tristan heading into the same sort of future that we did back in 1985.
Charlie Hartley  2017-08-16 15:31
Just wait until your grandchildren choose to follow your college footsteps. [grin] Been there, done that. Quite a joy!
Adam Engst  An apple icon for a TidBITS Staffer 2017-08-16 16:49
Heh! Both of Tonya's parents and my mother also have various degrees from Cornell, so they're experiencing that as well. A lot of people in our families, including my paternal grandparents, went to Cornell as well. It's not one of those ritzy legacy things — most were simply taking advantage of the state schools at Cornell offering a top-notch education to New York residents for less than most other comparable institutions.
Adam Engst  An apple icon for a TidBITS Staffer 2017-08-21 10:47
Just to note: we had an extremely enjoyable time hanging out and having dinner with a couple of TidBITS readers who were bringing their kids to Cornell. Let us know if you're ever coming to Cornell for some event...