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Student in the "My Black is Legendary" fashion show at Exeter

'My Black Is Legendary'

PEA wrapped up Black History Month on Saturday night with an unforgettable show. “My Black Is Legendary” was a celebration of Black art, fashion, culture and identity put together by the indomitable Office of Multicultural Affairs.

John Murillo

Lamont Poet John Murillo

Murillo reads his moving poem “Enter the Dragon” during a virtual visit to campus. (Photo/Marcus Jackson)

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Exeter People

“We think different things. We can talk about our ideas. ... We’re all respectful of each other. That’s the world I grew up in."

Dan Brown '82

Sticky situation

The Theater and Dance Department delivered two outstanding performances of "The Short Tree and the Bird That Could Not Sing" over the weekend at the Goel Center.

Moving forward

The Dance Ensemble's fall production is “To Move Forward,” featuring original choreography by Moksha Akil ‘22, Sophia Emy ‘21, Phoebe Ibbotson ‘21, Kira Ferdyn ‘22 and Jocelyn Sides ‘22.

Alexandra Grounds
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"I’m trying to get as raw as possible in the human experience and get beyond the beautiful surface."

Alexandra Grounds '17

Kiesse Nanor playing piano

On the national stage

Hear Kiesse Nanor '22 perform on NPR's "From the Top" beginning the week of Sept. 7.