Robbie Burns is widely considered to be Scotland’s greatest poet, and his life was celebrated recently by Grove and Brontë’s Resident Piper, Mr Lambert. He gave an annual ‘address to a Haggis’ for the boarders in the Dining Hall, which was enjoyed not only by the resident boarders, but also by immersion students from Shenyang, China who were visiting for a week. The event was undoubtedly a colorful celebration of the short, but remarkable life of Robbie Burns. The address to the Haggis is a traditional Scottish poem recited before the haggis, a savory pudding made from sheep’s heart, liver, and lungs. It is typically served with neeps and tatties (turnips and potatoes) and is a staple dish in Scottish cuisine. Overall, the event was a wonderful opportunity for all involved to learn about Scottish culture and tradition, and to celebrate the life and legacy of one of Scotland’s most beloved poets.