A letter from a reader: 'Set' story was right on target
I am Tessa Peterson, the 10-year-old daughter of Trina Peterson '86. I read the article (On the Campus, Nov. 7) by Laura Fitzpatrick '08 about the game Set, and I was so excited because that is one of my all-time favorite games. I pride myself on being better than most of my family. My dad can beat me occasionally, but my mom and brother don't ever win. I think it is really cool that you wrote an article about Set, because I don't know many people who play. I tried to teach my second-grade class a long time ago, but it didn't work. Laura Fitzpatrick was absolutely right: Set sounds easy until you try it. My mom thinks I could compete with the college kids. I'm not so sure.
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