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  • Residents of NHTI’s three co-ed dormitories gave their all in support of one of their own. South Hall resident Taylor Morgan was recently diagnosed with cancer, and has just begun chemotherapy. The Claremont native was going to shave her head in preparation of losing her hair, so the staff decided to make it a fun event for her. More than 50 students from all three dorms attended the event. A total of 23 people shaved their heads in solidarity with Morgan, including all three residence directors – college staff members who live in and supervise each dorm. Morgan shaves North Hall residence director Nicholas Gagner’s head.

    Residents of NHTI’s three co-ed dormitories gave their all in support of one of their own. South Hall resident Taylor Morgan was recently diagnosed with cancer, and has just begun chemotherapy. The Claremont native was going to shave her head in preparation of losing her hair, so the staff decided to make it a fun event for her. More than 50 students from all three dorms attended the event. A total of 23 people shaved their heads in solidarity with Morgan, including all three residence directors – college staff members who live in and supervise each dorm. Morgan shaves North Hall residence director Nicholas Gagner’s head.

  • Residents of NHTI’s three co-ed dormitories gave their all in support of one of their own. South Hall resident Taylor Morgan was recently diagnosed with cancer, and has just begun chemotherapy. The Claremont native was going to shave her head in preparation of losing her hair, so the staff decided to make it a fun event for her. More than 50 students from all three dorms attended the event. A total of 23 people shaved their heads in solidarity with Morgan, including all three residence directors – college staff members who live in and supervise each dorm. Everyone that participated poses for the camera (fourth row, from left) Tim Ford, Jake Hinton, Ethan Howard and Jake Labossiere and (third row, from left) Stephen Walton, Eric Benn, Alex Lewis, Cory Beauchesne, Jordan Shepherd, Brian Fox, Matthew Paradise, Anthony Antone and William Puksta and (second row, from left) Justin Grotton, Marc Robichaud, Joseph Pelligrino, Patrick Narbonne, Brody Glidden, Cody Jones, Adam Murata and Nick Gagner and (front row, from left) Jessica Chisholm and Morgan.

    Residents of NHTI’s three co-ed dormitories gave their all in support of one of their own. South Hall resident Taylor Morgan was recently diagnosed with cancer, and has just begun chemotherapy. The Claremont native was going to shave her head in preparation of losing her hair, so the staff decided to make it a fun event for her. More than 50 students from all three dorms attended the event. A total of 23 people shaved their heads in solidarity with Morgan, including all three residence directors – college staff members who live in and supervise each dorm. Everyone that participated poses for the camera (fourth row, from left) Tim Ford, Jake Hinton, Ethan Howard and Jake Labossiere and (third row, from left) Stephen Walton, Eric Benn, Alex Lewis, Cory Beauchesne, Jordan Shepherd, Brian Fox, Matthew Paradise, Anthony Antone and William Puksta and (second row, from left) Justin Grotton, Marc Robichaud, Joseph Pelligrino, Patrick Narbonne, Brody Glidden, Cody Jones, Adam Murata and Nick Gagner and (front row, from left) Jessica Chisholm and Morgan.

  • Residents of NHTI’s three co-ed dormitories gave their all in support of one of their own. South Hall resident Taylor Morgan was recently diagnosed with cancer, and has just begun chemotherapy. The Claremont native was going to shave her head in preparation of losing her hair, so the staff decided to make it a fun event for her. More than 50 students from all three dorms attended the event. A total of 23 people shaved their heads in solidarity with Morgan, including all three residence directors – college staff members who live in and supervise each dorm. Morgan poses with the three residence directors Strout Hall residence director Eric Benn, South Hall residence director Jessica Chisholm, Morgan, and North Hall residence director Nicholas Gagner.

    Residents of NHTI’s three co-ed dormitories gave their all in support of one of their own. South Hall resident Taylor Morgan was recently diagnosed with cancer, and has just begun chemotherapy. The Claremont native was going to shave her head in preparation of losing her hair, so the staff decided to make it a fun event for her. More than 50 students from all three dorms attended the event. A total of 23 people shaved their heads in solidarity with Morgan, including all three residence directors – college staff members who live in and supervise each dorm. Morgan poses with the three residence directors Strout Hall residence director Eric Benn, South Hall residence director Jessica Chisholm, Morgan, and North Hall residence director Nicholas Gagner.

  • Residents of NHTI’s three co-ed dormitories gave their all in support of one of their own. South Hall resident Taylor Morgan was recently diagnosed with cancer, and has just begun chemotherapy. The Claremont native was going to shave her head in preparation of losing her hair, so the staff decided to make it a fun event for her. More than 50 students from all three dorms attended the event. A total of 23 people shaved their heads in solidarity with Morgan, including all three residence directors – college staff members who live in and supervise each dorm. Morgan shaves North Hall residence director Nicholas Gagner’s head.
  • Residents of NHTI’s three co-ed dormitories gave their all in support of one of their own. South Hall resident Taylor Morgan was recently diagnosed with cancer, and has just begun chemotherapy. The Claremont native was going to shave her head in preparation of losing her hair, so the staff decided to make it a fun event for her. More than 50 students from all three dorms attended the event. A total of 23 people shaved their heads in solidarity with Morgan, including all three residence directors – college staff members who live in and supervise each dorm. Everyone that participated poses for the camera (fourth row, from left) Tim Ford, Jake Hinton, Ethan Howard and Jake Labossiere and (third row, from left) Stephen Walton, Eric Benn, Alex Lewis, Cory Beauchesne, Jordan Shepherd, Brian Fox, Matthew Paradise, Anthony Antone and William Puksta and (second row, from left) Justin Grotton, Marc Robichaud, Joseph Pelligrino, Patrick Narbonne, Brody Glidden, Cody Jones, Adam Murata and Nick Gagner and (front row, from left) Jessica Chisholm and Morgan.
  • Residents of NHTI’s three co-ed dormitories gave their all in support of one of their own. South Hall resident Taylor Morgan was recently diagnosed with cancer, and has just begun chemotherapy. The Claremont native was going to shave her head in preparation of losing her hair, so the staff decided to make it a fun event for her. More than 50 students from all three dorms attended the event. A total of 23 people shaved their heads in solidarity with Morgan, including all three residence directors – college staff members who live in and supervise each dorm. Morgan poses with the three residence directors Strout Hall residence director Eric Benn, South Hall residence director Jessica Chisholm, Morgan, and North Hall residence director Nicholas Gagner.
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