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A life of service

Lt. Cmdr. Jean-Paul Christophe ‘00 shared with assembly how his path led from Main Street dorm to Yale to the controls of a Navy helicopter hovering 5 feet above the Indian Ocean off the coast of Somalia. Exeter salutes Lt. Cmdr. Christophe and all service members who protect us and work on our behalf every day.

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“When we grow up with privilege, it’s incumbent upon us to change the world we live in.”

Beth Schmidt '82

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"My first year, almost all my evaluations included: ‘She has really good ideas; she just needs to let others hear them.’ Well, I don’t have a problem with that anymore."

Candace Bacchus Hollingsworth '99

Alumna shares personal journey of transition

Tomi Suchan '08 discusses the support and obstacles she faced at Exeter.

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"The school is always striving to be better, to pursue ever more successfully its mission of gathering “youth from every quarter” and instilling in them “goodness and knowledge.”

Sam Maruca '73

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"While I hope that my kids embody the spirit and gift of Exeter in their lives, I feel that I must do the same in ways that I have been too busy or distracted to do so far."

Madhur Deora ’96; P’22, P’22

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"Exeter taught me how to be discerning and interrogate things, how to be a better math student and, thanks to [Mr.] Knowles, how to write."

Jake Crane '00

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"My greatest joy is spending time with the team. We have great kids — they are thoughtful, genuine, kind and competitive.”

Matt Callahan '09

Alums back on campus