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Folk of ‘Noke: Tess Harrington

Written by Juniper Rogers

Tess Harrington (she/her) is a senior from Glenns Falls, New York who is double-majoring in International Relations and Philosophy with a concentration in Middle East studies. She is in the honors program, the vice president of Hillel, the former president of Model UN, a former SGA senator for the religion and philosophy
department, and the student representative for the general education committee.

Tessis currently a research assistant for Dr. Snow. She also aids in social media activity for the public affairs and religion and philosophy departments. “On Model UN, I am proud of the development of the club this year, especially with
the dedication that the other students showed, and their ability to gain more student interest. They have also made it both a club and a class, so you could enroll in one or the other, or both.”

“Mr. Linus, my cat, is my connection to home that I looked forward to most while I was studying abroad. He’s a 16-pound Mainecoone that we picked up in our backyard one day during the early parts of the lockdown.”

“I would like to thank Dr. Snow, Dr. Adkins, Dr. Hakkenberg, Ellie Krull, my parents and brother, Mateo, Max, Emma, and everyone who has helped me on my college journey.”