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Andrew Yuan '24 standing in Class of 1945 Library
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Exeter People

"The history curriculum at Exeter has propelled me to look at history in a more nuanced way, and in a more civic way."

Andrew '24

Lamont Poet burns hot

Patrick Rosal lit up Assembly Hall on Wednesday night with a selection of the work that has earned him a long list of writing honors and his place among a prestigious list of Lamont Poets. Rosal delivered his verse at high volume, captivating his student audience. A standing ovation ended his visit. The Lamont Poet Series was established at Exeter in 1982. Past visitors have included poets laureate and presidential inauguration poets, including the likes of Allen Ginsberg, Gwendolyn Brooks, Seamus Heaney, Elizabeth Alexander and Donald Hall. 

Aden Lee '24 in the biology lab at Phelps Science Center
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Exeter People

"I feel like there's this idea that high school students can't think of novel things or conduct amazing research [and] I wanted to build this framework as a way for people to actually do that research."

Aden '24

The Exeter Bulletin

Chatbots in class?

History Instructor Betty Luther-Hillman has thoughts about artificial intelligence and essay writing.

Heather Cox Richardson '80
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Exeter People

"Exeter taught me to speak my mind: I didn’t understand the degree to which the Harkness method was unusual, how everyone participates, but that has absolutely been my approach to my career.“

Heather Cox Richardson '80

Katie Brule with students
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Exeter People

"I’ve been thinking about how to encourage them to grow and become independent in a way that builds toward adulthood, without losing joy and enthusiasm"

Katie Brule

Learning doesn't stop at the classroom door
Exeter People

"There isn't any other learning structure that would have benefited me more.”