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« Reply #465 on: April 28, 2023, 04:46:00 PM »

Ingrid Alexandra has published a message to other Russ (students finnishing 13 year of school) in Norway the weekend the official russe celebration starts. Norway has this very curious tradition to celebrate the exams before they are taken, but it goes way back and seems difficult to change. She is beautiful as always and supprising to see a photo with her class also, but I expect they hope the press will leave her alone the next 20 days when they got theese photos
https://www.kongehuset.no...?tid=218765&sek=26939


Dear Russ

In Norway, we have a special graduation tradition, namely the Russetid. At this time we celebrate that we have finished 13 years of schooling. Russetiden is often associated with parties and parades - but it is also about togetherness, about celebrating with friends and fellow students. Now we are approaching the end of a period of 13 years of ups and downs! There have been days when it has been difficult to get up in the morning, terrifying to go to school and stressful periods before tests and exams.

But there have also been days when we have found new friends, been inspired by a teacher or finished something we have been working on for too long.

In the Russetiden, it is important to remember those who have experienced exclusion, bullying or those who, for various reasons, have not been able to finish upper secondary school.

Therefore, I hope that everyone remembers that it is not too late to get to know new people. We must not forget to celebrate, because we have come a long way. I hope you are as proud as I am of how much we have learned and developed since the first day of school in the first grade. I hope everyone has a amazin Russetid, remember to look after each other.


Ingrid




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« Reply #466 on: April 28, 2023, 05:19:43 PM »

Its common to put the last name in letters on one leg of the costume. Ingrid who has now last name had put H°iby from her mother.
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« Reply #467 on: May 12, 2023, 09:14:01 AM »

As expected Princess Ingrid Alexandra will not take part in the national day celebrations this year, neither at Skaugum or at the palace balconny, she will celebrate her graduation/Russetid with her clas.
https://www.kongehuset.no...tid=219015&sek=112472

Maybe we will se her in the Russe-parade which is usually the last part of the parade in Oslo like her father, grandfather and aunt





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« Reply #468 on: May 12, 2023, 09:48:04 AM »

The Russ parade is the most fun part of the Syttende Mai (May 17, Norway's Constitution Day) parade. The kids are often somewhat the worse for wear having gotten too little sleep and too much alcohol in the preceding days. Plus they have to do all sorts of ridiculous stunts in order to earn trinkets to tie into the long cord holding the tassel of their student caps. a

Here's a video of one such Russ parade.  (Youth is wasted on the young!)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k856kfesLrA
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