Spring 2023

For the sustainable future

Exeter releases its first sustainability and climate action plan.

Go to the page titled For the sustainable future


Around the Table

Robotics team all lined up in black team shirts

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Par excellence

Economics class in full swing

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Early Investments

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Light reading

You've Got Braile

Alex Braile '10 explores the exciting everyday adventures of Alex, his wife, Science Instructor Summer Morrill '11 and their cat. They live in Soule Hall. Find more of his comic @youvegotbraile.

Finis Origine Pendet

Memorial Minute

Bradbury Longfellow Cilley Professor of Greek and Chair of the Department of Classical Languages, Emeritus (1922-2019)

David Douglas Coffin

’64 (Hon.); P’71

David Douglas Coffin was born in New York City in 1922 and attended Hotchkiss before going on to Yale, where he earned a B.A. in classics in 1942, followed by an M.A. in 1947. Between these degrees, he served as a naval intelligence officer during the Second World War. In 1948, David won a fellowship to study at King’s College, Cambridge, where he met his wife, Rosemary Baldwin. more

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