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Exonians stepping up

Many Exonians are working to fight the global COVID-19 pandemic. If you are one of those people, thank you. We are deeply grateful for your sacrifice and service, and we would love to hear your story. If you, or another Exonian, is doing life-saving work, .

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Pile of face masks

Answering the call

Chris Davis ’04 and New Balance pivot from making sports gear to personal protective equipment for essential workers.

Sujata Sheth
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Exeter People

365体育网址"I feel that now I am really making a difference. I’m doing what I was trained to do."

Sujata Sheth ’97

Alumni in the News

Scott Edwards ’81 bikes across the country with a message: Black Lives Matter

Creating Conversations: Exeter thought leaders connect

In the first of a series of talks highlighting alumni innovators and big thinkers, activist Tom Steyer '75 chats with Brian Shactman '90 of NBC 10 Boston and NECN about his current work in California to facilitate equitable economic recovery from the impact of COVID-19.

Alumni in the News

Ketch Secor '96 of Old Crow Medicine Show writes a new song for a troubled America

Exeter in the News

Maegan Moriarty '16 honored for character, leadership after tragedy

Wolff Klabin standing in front of a mountain range.

Fighting hunger and disease in Brazil

"We're trying to do our part. It makes us proud, but it also makes us frustrated we can't do more," says Wolff Klabin '92.

Deb D’Arcangelo
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Exeter People

365体育网址"The things that would stress you out in normal times you realize mean nothing now."

Deb D’Arcangelo '82

Exeter in the News

What I saw at the Javits Center COVID-19 hospital: Zach Iscol '97

Assembly returns

365体育网址Principal Bill Rawson told the first virtual assembly in Academy history that "Exeter lives in each of us and forms around us, no matter the distance between us."

Exeter in the News

'Central Park Five' composer Anthony Davis '69 wins Pulitzer Prize for music

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Exeter People

365体育网址"Exeter really sparked my interest in the law as a way of making change."

Hal Thomas '70