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What Your Summers At Camp Say About You

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What Your Summers At Camp Say About You

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Timothy Noah, senior writer at Slate, believes you can tell a lot about a person's character by looking at how much he or she did — or didn't — enjoy going away to camp. "If there's a more reliable Rorschach than sleep-away camp, I'd like to see it," Noah writes in his Slate article, "You Are How You Camped."

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