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Phillips Exeter’s Gilbert Concert Series Welcomes Classical Pianist Lise de la Salle

January 31, 2012   |  7 p.m. |   Phillips Church

Award-winning French musician brings her artistic skill and passion to Exeter


Fall 2011 Sports Recognition Event Celebrates Teams' Success

December 27, 2011

Fall sports assembly celebrates play of athletes


Exeter Arts this Weekend: Antigone

November 17, 2011

Anouilh's 'Antigone,' artwork by faculty, and two student concerts


Exeter/Andover Games 2011

November 12, 2011

Plan your Exeter/Andover weekend with this athletic schedule


Volleyball Team Reaching for Consistency, Playoffs

October 26, 2011

This spotlight on the volleyball team describes their season so far and outlook


Fall Athletic Teams Have Impressive Debut

September 16, 2011

Fall 2011 athletic season begins with wins in full slate of matches


Congratulations to PEA's All-American Swimmers

September 21, 2011

PEA swimmers achieve All-American designation


Christine Devlin ’11 and Abbie Young ’12 on U.S. JW8 Boat Earn Bronze at World Rowing Junior Championships

August 8, 2011

Girls slated to race at international competition August 3-7


Library Summer Concert Series Hosts Vocalist Petra Pacaric, Pianist Tom LaMark

July 13, 2011   |  7 p.m. |   Academy Library, Rockefeller Hall


2011 Spring Sports Assembly Closes Out the Athletic Year

June 13, 2011

Athletes get send-off from the student body


Swim Teams Get a Kick out of New England Championship

April 11, 2011

Girls take first, boys take second place at New Englands


Lion's Eye Favorite: Baritone Andrew Garland Visits Campus

July 20, 2011

Leads lively master class and performs for students, as part of Gilbert Concert Series


Exeter Arts this Weekend

February 17, 2011

Calling all lovers of the musical and the macabre... Exeter students perform Sweeney Todd this weekend at Fisher Theater’s mainstage


Basketball Team Takes Timeout to Visit Mark Wentworth Home

February 7, 2011

Basketball team enjoys a visit to the Mark Wentworth Home during December holiday break


Squash Teams Build Momentum

January 24, 2011

Squash looks forward to more consistent play


Exeter Invitational Hockey Tourney Draws Fans

January 11, 2011

Exeter Invitational Hockey tourney photos


Lion's Eye Favorite: Musical Collaboration Creates “A Heaven of Song”

June 22, 2011

Concert Choir commissions original music set to lyrics by PEA poets


Upcoming Holiday Concert Ushers in Festive Season

December 8, 2010

Annual Holiday Concert welcomes all


Lion's Eye Favorite: “Be Vividly Alive,” Urges Poet Robert Hass

December 31, 2010

U.S. Poet Laureate (1995–1997) and MacArthur “Genius” Fellow meets with students


We Did It Again! Exeter Beats Andover Football in Stunning Win

November 13, 2010

Decisive 56-33 win, with great running by Exeter


Campus Rallies for Exeter/Andover Games

November 12, 2010

Catch the excitement for this year's upcoming Exeter/Andover games


Water Polo Poised with a 9-3 Record and Strong Team Spirit

October 4, 2010

Start of water polo season holds promise


Coaches Focus on Preparing Athletes to Compete

September 22, 2010

Instruction takes to the fields and gyms of Exeter as fall athletics begins


2010 Spring Teams Recognized at Sports Assembly

June 10, 2010

Athletes celebrated at 2010 spring sports assembly


2009 Holiday Concert Excerpts

December 21, 2009

Annual Holiday Concert celebrates music


Dining Holiday Cheer Brings Smiles

December 15, 2009

Students get into holiday mood during Winter Wonderland dinner


Lion's Eye Favorite: Celebrating the Gift of Giving

December 21, 2009

Learning lessons of non sibi from the earliest ages


Fall Sports Teams Celebrate Successful Close to Season

November 18, 2009

Team results and MVPs announced at end of fall term


BIG RED Football Trounces Andover 31 to 14

November 14, 2009

Outstanding plays by Scyocurka, Guadagnoli and Mothander


BIG RED Trounces Andover 31 to 14

November 13, 2009

Spirit and hard work carry athletes into Exeter/Andover games


Lion's Eye Favorite: In George Washington’s Footsteps

December 2, 2009

U.S. History classes hold Harkness discussion in a tavern visited by George Washington


Lion's Eye Favorite: “I Wish These Paintings Could Talk!”

December 4, 2009

Kindergartners offer impressions of an exhibit at Lamont Art Gallery


Swamp Slime and Tombstone Brownies!

October 30, 2009

It's Halloween at Exeter


Exonians Call for Climate Change Legislation

October 28, 2009

Hundreds gather on Academy Building lawn to make a statement


Celebrating Exeter in Art

October 22, 2009

The principal's office honors the art of students and previous principals


Parents' Weekend Starts Today

October 16, 2009

Parents attend classes, meet the Principal and see Exeter in action


Roland Merullo ’71 Speaks to Preps about Writing

October 14, 2009

200 preps learn about writing from a master


PEA Gardens Help Local Food Pantry

October 7, 2009

St. Vincent de Paul Society receives produce from Exeter's gardens


Spotlight on BV Soccer

October 3, 2009

BV soccer team relies on its defense for strong start to season


Snacks on the Quadrangle

September 25, 2009


Academy Life Day: Connecting with Old and New Friends

September 22, 2009

Academy Life Day provides a break for fun and games and friends


Big Red Football Runs for National Breast Cancer Foundation

September 16, 2009

Non sibi in action – team collects over $6,000 to help fight cancer


Let Classes Begin!

September 11, 2009

Opening Assembly starts off the academic year


New Students Are Here!

September 9, 2009

The school year begins with excitement and fine weather


"Profiles of Proficiency" from The Exeter Bulletin, Summer 2009

August 14, 2009

The extracurricular accomplishments of four Exonians


"The Ultimate Game" from The Exeter Bulletin, Summer 2009

August 14, 2009

Frisbee's Spirited Following at Exeter


PEA Faculty, Staff, Students and Alums Turn Out for President Obama’s Town Hall on Health Care Reform

August 13, 2009

PEA faculty, students and alums turn out for President Barack Obama's meeting in Portsmouth


The Green Revolution Gains Speed at ACCESS EXETER

August 18, 2009

Students learn about the environment through science, advocacy and art


“Peace One Day” Founder Talks about Annual Day of Global Nonviolence

July 22, 2009

Jeremy Gilley inspired students with his discussion of peace advocacy


Lion's Eye Favorite: Kids Meet the Animals at Harris Family Children's Center

August 26, 2009

It's hands-on fun with wallabies, lizards, bunnies and a loud cockatoo


Exeter's GV1 Eight Wins Silver at USRowing Youth Nationals

June 18, 2009

Read an account of GV Crew's silver medal performance at the Nationals


Graduation 2009

June 7, 2009

Spectacular weather and smiles all around celebrate the class of 2009


Girls Crew Heads to Nationals Again this Year

June 2, 2009

Girls crew wins New Englands and heads to Nationals


Lion's Eye Favorite: Girls JV Lacrosse Team Helps Clean Up the Beach

July 29, 2009

Girls contribute an afternoon's work and remove 64 pounds of unsightly rubbish


Lion's Eye Favorite: Hundreds Turn Out for Asian Festival

June 30, 2009

Exeter's Asian clubs sponsor an exciting weekend of events


Lion's Eye Favorite: Lamont Younger Poets Read Their Works

June 26, 2009

Prep and 2 lowers win the annual prize


Satire this Weekend at Fisher Theater

May 20, 2009

Senior Acting Ensemble members step "into their roles with abandon," says Director Rob Richards


Today is "Waviest" Principal's Day Ever!

May 14, 2009

Relaxing day to recoup and laugh


Lion's Eye Favorite: Students Learn About the Environment from 5,000-Year-Old Ice Sample

June 23, 2009

Ice expert from UNH talks about scientific research and ice chemistry


Lion's Eye Favorite: Exonians Love a Quiz Challenge – in English or Latin

May 1, 2009

Exeter's quiz club heads to Washington D.C. for a national competition


Girls Water Polo Making a Splash

April 28, 2009

Girls Water Polo team excited as spring season gets started


Lion's Eye Favorite: Six Exonians Travel to U.N. for International Conference on Women

September 1, 2009

Exeter's Girls Learn International Club attends NGO day of global conference


Community Action Day

April 22, 2009

Exeter's 1,000 students work on community projects ranging from outdoor cleanup to teaching and art


Lion's Eye Favorite: From Origami to Calculus

July 6, 2009

Learning advanced math from origami – It's cool! says origami expert, Dr. Tom Hull


"Moving the Table" from The Exeter Bulletin, Spring 2009

April 13, 2009

Exonians take their learning off-site and overseas


"No Better Exit: Rick Mahoney's Final Game" from The Exeter Bulletin, Spring 2009

April 13, 2009

Girls basketball beats Andover in thrilling final 40 seconds of game


"Picking Up the Stick" from The Exeter Bulletin, Spring 2009

April 13, 2009

Exeter celebrates 75 years of varsity lacrosse


"Dr. Sydnee Goddard's Madagascar Safari" from The Exeter Bulletin, Spring 2009

April 13, 2009

Travels to Madagascar "to capture images, stories and experiences that will enrich my teaching"


Exeter Shakespeare Society Takes on The Tempest

April 9, 2009

Caliban, Prospero, Ariel and the magic of theater this weekend


"Experience Exeter" Welcomes Admitted Students

April 6, 2009

Admitted students and parents come to campus for a day's immersion in Exeter, and everything Exonian


Spring Concert Tour Final Performance April 7

April 2, 2009

Concert Choir and Chamber Orchestra perform with musicians from Emmanuel Music, Boston


Lion's Eye Favorite: Conditioning Program Strengthens Athletes

July 14, 2009

Athletes getting stronger and going faster due to new program


Lion's Eye Favorite: Barney Frank Wows Students

July 10, 2009

"Congressman Frank was hilarious, clear and engaging," says Mia '10


Frugal 'Funky' Fashion Show Closes Out this Year's GCC

March 11, 2009

More than 1,200 tons of CO2 saved by schools participating in this year's Green Cup Challenge


Jazz Brunch Hits the Right Notes

March 6, 2009

"Good food, good company and good vibes"


Faculty Follies Does it Again: Surprise!

March 3, 2009

Faculty take humorous aim at Exeter traditions and have fun on stage


Lion's Eye Favorite: Falafel Ball

July 25, 2009

Bridging cultural differences with Middle Eastern Bazaar


Highlights from Recent Sports Action

February 24, 2009

Photos tell the story


Winter Thaw Weekend: It Was Cold, but Fun

February 10, 2009

Winter Thaw's frigid temperatures drove students inside, but didn't stop them from having fun


"Nature’s Classroom Engages Students" from The Exeter Bulletin, Winter 2009

February 9, 2009

Outdoor skills program fosters teamwork and self-discovery


Photo Highlights from Feb. 4 Sports Action

February 7, 2009

Exeter's team's have success on busy sports day


Spotlight on Wrestling

February 3, 2009

Wrestling off to strong start as middle-weights lead the way


Green Cup Challenge 2009: We're Counting!

January 27, 2009

Challenge starts with a special Assembly speaker: Wood Turner from Climate Counts


Exonians Watch as Obama Takes the Oath

January 20, 2009

"The air was electric in Assembly Hall," says Molly '09


Lamont Poet Major Jackson: "A Pleasurable Kind of Ambiguity"

January 30, 2009

Lamont Poet meets with over 100 students during his visit to campus


Exeter Exchange Making a Difference

January 14, 2009

Student run recycling store sells goods at low cost, with all proceeds donated to charity


Girls Hockey Stuns Brewster in Tournament Sudden-Death Overtime

January 7, 2009

Most exciting girls hockey home win in years


Fencing? Triathlon? Archery!

December 8, 2008

Students can easily find organized activities they like at Exeter


Exeter Signs Green Schools Alliance Pledge

January 4, 2009

Joins savvy list of almost 160 nationwide and nearly 30 New England private and independent schools


Fall 2008 Athletes Celebrated at Sports Assembly

November 18, 2008

Exeter paused to recognize the hard work and team play of the school's athletes


"West Meets East: Faculty Members Travel To Korea and Japan" from The Exeter Bulletin, Fall 2008

November 17, 2008

Six faculty members took part in last summer’s Korea-Japan study tour


"Turning Points: 5 Exonians Working for Change" from The Exeter Bulletin, Fall 2008

November 17, 2008

5 alumni/ae reflect on their experiences working for change


Students Star in The Good Woman of Sichuan by Brecht

November 13, 2008

Play with a twist stars 13 students in grades prep through senior


Photos from the Exeter/Andover Games

November 11, 2008

Stunning wins in football and field hockey cap the day


Big Red Football and Field Hockey Win Against Andover

November 8, 2008

Success at the 2008 games


Politics Not as Usual

November 4, 2008

Feverish excitement as election day falls, after weeks of discussing politics, ethics, economics


It's Flu Shot Time Again

October 30, 2008

Lamont Health and Wellness Center staff help take the "ouch" out of the experience


Thomas E. Hassan Appointed 14th Principal

October 24, 2008

Succeeds Tyler Tingley who retires in June after having completed 12 years as head of the Academy


Earth Fest: Learning to Be Smart About our World

October 20, 2008

More than 200 students gather to learn how they can help protect the environment


Parents' Weekend Starts Today

October 17, 2008

Parents and families come to Exeter for a weekend packed with activities


"Awesome" International Day Hosts Food, Games, Dance, Music and Fashion

October 8, 2008

Students explore a variety of cultures through student-run booths, homemade snacks and performances


Lion's Eye Favorite: Caramelized Onion and Bleu Cheese Tart, Anyone?

October 30, 2008

New food at the dining halls has everyone talking...and eating


Girls Soccer Team Readies for the Season

September 26, 2008

A young team develops team work and confidence


Non Sibi Trip to Historic Workhouse in Ireland

September 23, 2008

19 Exeter community members help lay the groundwork for a public health center in Callan, Ireland


Academy Life Day Brings Students Together

September 15, 2008

Sun and good cheer were the hallmarks of today's Academy Life Day


Fruitful Season for Exeter's Organic Garden

September 5, 2008

During its second growing season, Exeter's organic garden provides a boon


Students Are Back!

September 3, 2008

Two days of registration and orientation, then classes begin


Siberia on a Clear Day

August 25, 2008

John Blackwell, observatory director, traveled to Siberia to observe the total eclipse of the sun


"The Bennett Fellowship at 40: Table Talk with Charles Pratt and Elias Kulukundis" from The Exeter Bulletin

August 11, 2008

Fellowship founder and retiring chair of the Bennett Fellowship discuss its history


"There's no Place Like Home: Dunbar Hall at 100" from The Exeter Bulletin, Summer 2008

August 11, 2008

Scores of Dunbarites gathered to celebrate the anniversary of a beloved dorm


"The 'Cilley-est' Game in Town" from The Exeter Bulletin, Summer 2008

August 11, 2008

Cilley Hall invented CilleyBall and holds annual tournaments. Read about this and other dorm games


Three Exonians in Beijing, Competing in Rowing and Cycling

August 8, 2008

Class of '98 leads the pack with two Olympic contenders


"ESSO on the Rise" from The Exeter Bulletin

August 1, 2008

Exeter Social Service Organization helps students put non sibi into action


Wallabies, Hedgehogs and Tree Frogs Join the Fun at Children’s Center

July 22, 2008

Kids get to touch and learn from live animals at Harris Family Children's Center summer camp


Exeter Girls Eight Finishes Third, Boys Eight Fourth in 2008 USRowing Youth Championships

June 17, 2008

Strong crews put in great performance in record-breaking year


The Exeter Exchange Promotes Reuse

June 10, 2008

There's a new store on campus - The Exeter Exchange - that offers a wide variety of recycled goods


Kudos to Spring Teams, Including Three New England Champs

June 5, 2008

Sports Assembly recognizes the hard work and team play of PEA's athletes


Graduation 2008: "We Did It!"

June 2, 2008

Humorous speeches and delightful weather herald the class of '08


Lion's Eye Favorite: "The Gift of Literature that Lasts"

January 12, 2009

Early Shakespeare folio brings new life to the study of the bard at Exeter


Lion's Eye Favorite: Senior Bookmarks: from "Winnie-the-Pooh" to "Macbeth" and Beyond

July 15, 2008

Class of 2008 shows tremendous individuality in reading lists


Lion's Eye Favorite: Love Was Never so Great

June 27, 2008

Nineteen talented seniors perform "Love's Labor's Lost" by William Shakespeare


Through Student Eyes: "Girls Ice Hockey Team Gets Creative with Relay for Life" by Emily Scharff '08

May 20, 2008

Close-knit hockey team gets even closer as they work for a good cause


Lion's Eye Favorite: Cultural Explorers Give Rare View of Endangered Societies

June 24, 2008

PEA students were treated to the closest thing to a real-life Indiana Jones.


Crew Team Has a Stroke of Success

May 9, 2008

Boys and girls crew are intent on leaving more of the competition in their wake.


"Table Talk with Jeff Ma '90 and Jane Willis '87" from The Exeter Bulletin, Spring 2008

May 6, 2008

Hear from two of the real-life Exonians portrayed in the popular film "21"


May Day is Principal's Day!

May 1, 2008

Surprise day off from classes announced via soda bottle labels


Surprise Evacuation Drill a Success

April 29, 2008

1,000 students evacuated from across campus in practice drill


Earth Day - A Thousand Ways to Save the Environment

April 24, 2008

This year’s Earth Day celebration was a collaborative effort by Exonians...


Exeter's Football Team Fights Valiantly

November 10, 2007

Last minute touchdown raises spirits, but is not enough to win the game


Homecoming this Weekend Celebrates 130 Years of Tradition

November 5, 2007

Exeter is gearing up for pageantry and passion, excitement and energy, adrenalin and apprehension...


"Table Talk with Mathematics Instructor (and Olympic Coach) Zuming Feng" from The Exeter Bulletin, Fall 2007

November 9, 2007

Instructor with iconic status in the math world is a "magnet for talent"


"Rooms with a View" from The Exeter Bulletin, Fall 2007

November 9, 2007

Four walls, infinite possibilities


"Prepare for Glory!" Big Games Tomorrow

November 9, 2007

Today's pep rally set the stage for the weekend's big games against Andover


Major Financial Aid Initiative Announced Today: a Free Exeter Education to Those With Need

November 7, 2007

In 2008-09, an Exeter education will be free to students whose family income is less than $75,000


The Ghouls Are Out

October 30, 2007

Halloween festivities take hold on campus with costumes and student skits


"Take a Stand!"

November 2, 2007

President of Refugees International speaks to students about political advocacy


Earth Fest this Sunday – Check out the BioBus

October 26, 2007

Come learn about vehicles powered by vegetable oil and much more


Master Harold…and the Boys Gets Rave Reviews

October 18, 2007

A "priceless experience" says one student


Vive la technologie!

October 15, 2007

Language instruction enriched by new technology


Parents' Weekend Starts Today

October 12, 2007

Family and friends come to campus to get a taste of life on campus


It's That Time Again: Flu Shots

October 10, 2007

Three all-day, free flu shot clinics are designed to encourage a healthier campus during flu season


Positive Communication On Court Creates Great Team Chemistry

October 5, 2007

Girls volleyball is charging ahead this year. The key to their success? Team work and communication.


Home Cooking: Send in Your Recipes!

October 2, 2007

Dining services keeps students happy with varied meals and special events


The Art of Inclusion

September 26, 2007

Inspiring exhibit showcases "powerfully narrative" work by four Irish artists


Student-Run Organic Garden Serves Up Produce

September 20, 2007

Garden born from a student proposal delivers the goods … both educational and edible


Academy Life Day: Reconnecting, Getting Acquainted

September 17, 2007

Every year at the beginning of fall term, students are given a day off from classes


Sowing Seeds of Non Sibi

September 7, 2007

Opening Assembly address presents John Phillips Award recipients as exemplars of non sibi


The Smiles Have It: Moving-In Day

September 6, 2007

"Everyone is more friendly than I expected!" says one new prep with a smile


Gaining Insights into Irish Literature

August 28, 2007

Members of the English department visited Ireland this summer


Harkness Teaching Adds Up To Math Opportunities Worldwide

August 20, 2007

Harkness math brought to thousands of teachers; PEA students competing in U.S. and Asia


Exonians Row Against a Host of Competitor Nation Teams

August 7, 2007

2007 FISA World Rowing Junior Championships August 8-11 in Beijing, China


Climbing a Friendly Serpent, Chiming a Jolly Tune

August 9, 2007

The outdoor learning environment at Harris Family Children's Center is full of delights


"Spreading the Word About Exeter" from The Exeter Bulletin, Summer 2007

August 6, 2007

Admissions office hosts counselors from cities including Newark, Chicago and Milwaukee


"Science Center Helps Students Take Center Stage" from The Exeter Bulletin, Summer 2007

August 6, 2007

Forty students took part in top national and international science competitions in 2006-2007


Star Rowers Head to Beijing on 2007 Junior National Team

July 30, 2007

Bernstein '07 and Winthrop '08 join U.S. team to compete in largest world junior rowing event


"Learning to Think Like a Computer" from The Exeter Bulletin, Summer 2007

July 25, 2007

“Confusion is OK!” reads a sign in Matt Brenner’s computer science classroom. “Respect it.”


"This is Who We Are" excerpted from The Exeter Bulletin, Summer 2007

July 25, 2007

Seven graduating seniors discuss the lessons of living and learning in Exeter's global community


Hogwarts Comes to Exeter

July 20, 2007

Bookstore expects a big crowd Saturday morning, when the final Harry Potter goes on sale


"Green" Houses Sprout Up on Campus

July 3, 2007

New faculty houses incorporate solar panels, geo-thermal heating, heat recovery systems and more


Senior Prank Replays Class of '57 Escapade, With a Green Difference

June 29, 2007

The "green" class nods to tradition and environmentalism with unusual prank


Close Race Ends Junior Eight's Quest for a Second Cup

June 24, 2007

Crew brings home a cup and memories of a wonderful racing season


Exeter's Eight Proceeds to the Semi-Finals at Henley Women's Regatta

June 23, 2007

Girls crew ready to make their mark at Henley, following success at Reading Amateur Regatta


Girls Crew to Compete at Henley Women’s Regatta this Weekend

June 21, 2007

Junior eight is a favored team heading into Henley


Exeter's Girls Eight Wins all Three Races at Reading Regatta

June 19, 2007

Girls crew gains win in the UK as it heads to Henley Women's Regatta this weekend


Academy Center Takes the "LEED" (excerpt from The Exeter Bulletin, Spring 2007)

June 15, 2007

The Phelps Academy Center is a leader in energy and environmental design


Girls Varsity Crew Rows in National Regatta

June 12, 2007

Girls crew takes fourth place at national championship


Table Talk with Dean of Students Ethan Shapiro (excerpt from The Exeter Bulletin, Spring 2007)

June 5, 2007

Shapiro, soon to become director of the Summer School, reminisces


MVPs Named at Spring Athletic Assembly

June 1, 2007

Four Big Red teams earn New England Championships


Lazy, Hazy Summer Days

May 30, 2007

Students enjoy the sunshine in the days prior to summer vacation


Turning Up the Heat: Exeter vs. Andover

May 24, 2007

Exeter plays Andover at home for season finale


Lion's Eye Favorite: Opening Eyes at Lamont Gallery, Through Writing

May 21, 2007

Writing about art excites students and leads to many discoveries


Seniors Give to Exeter, the Green Way

May 16, 2007

Class of '07 donates solar panels, to be installed on faculty housing


"The Art of Listening" by Nita G. Pettigrew (from The Exeter Bulletin, Spring 2007)

May 15, 2007

An essay by the Woodbridge Odlin Professor of English Emerita


2007 Lamont Younger Poets to Read

May 14, 2007

Four lowers win the Lamont Younger Poets prize for 2007


Lion's Eye Favorite: Bringing Harkness to Peru

May 10, 2007

Biology field course to the Peruvian Amazon filled with adventure and learning


Truths about Journalism and Humanity

May 8, 2007

New York Times journalist delivers the second annual Paul Klebnikov '81 Memorial Lecture


"With Organics You Get It All": Lessons in Sustainability from Stonyfield Farm

May 4, 2007

Students respond to upbeat message from CEO of Stonyfield Farm


M&M's Announce Principal's Day

May 2, 2007

An annual tradition is here again


Talking Climate Change with Tim Wirth '57 (excerpt from The Exeter Bulletin, Spring 2007)

April 30, 2007

Wirth addresses global issues from energy to economics


Lion's Eye Favorite: Teaching and Working with People with Special Needs

April 27, 2007

Working with people with special needs brings special joys


Taking Care of the Whole Student (excerpt from The Exeter Bulletin, Spring 2007)

April 27, 2007

Exeter has long cared for students in sickness; today, it is also teaching them skills they’ll need


"The Highlight of a Teacher's Life"

April 25, 2007

The Honoring Earlier Educators Program brings to campus five talented teachers who made a difference


Go, Worms. Go!

April 18, 2007

Exeter's Children's Center teams up with the sustainability program on composting solutions


Creative Chefs Spice up the Daily Menu

April 16, 2007

Dining services chefs win prizes for creative recipes


A Place in the Sun (excerpt from The Exeter Bulletin, Spring 2007)

April 15, 2007

At the Island School, students not only study sustainability, they live it as well


Step It Up: Saturday, April 14

April 13, 2007

Rally for climate action joins 1,300 others nationwide


Exeter Shakespeare Society Performs The Winter's Tale

April 12, 2007

A complex plot and interesting comedy/tragedy twists make for exciting acting experiences


Edward M. "Ned" Lamont '72 Visits Campus

April 11, 2007

Lamont's straight-talking, high-speed, no-nonsense presentation brought Assembly Hall to life


Donald Hall '47 Reads from his Work April 9 at 7:00 p.m.

April 8, 2007

U.S. Poet Laureate returns to Exeter


Big Red Takes on Mother Nature as Spring Sports Commence

April 6, 2007

Despite April showers, teams ready for early season play


Exeter Admits 480 Students

April 5, 2007

Just under 21 percent of applicants admitted; financial aid up from previous years


Check Out the New Library Website

April 3, 2007

From historical manuscripts to the latest DVD's, the library is a magnificent resource


Awadagin Pratt Closes the 2007 Gilbert Concert Series

March 30, 2007

Internationally acclaimed pianist and recording artist


Students Excel at National Science Competitions

March 29, 2007

More than a dozen students hone problem-solving and research skills


Lion's Eye Favorite: Igloo Brings Smiles at the Children's Center

March 22, 2007

The Harris Family Children's Center builds an igloo - out of milk jugs!


"'The Beats' Go On", excerpt from The Exeter Bulletin, Winter 2007

March 13, 2007

Harkness discussion filmed for Kerouac documentary


"Tales of the South Pacific," excerpt from The Exeter Bulletin, Winter 2007

March 13, 2007

Stage manager/assistant director Megan '07 offers a few backstage tales from the production


Winter Athletic Assembly Lauds Student Teams

March 8, 2007

Most Valuable Players receive awards


"Strong Signals from WPEA," excerpt from The Exeter Bulletin, Winter 2007

March 6, 2007

Everyone is excited about WPEA's new headquarters in Phelps Academy Center


"A Place for Poetry," excerpt from The Exeter Bulletin, Winter 2007

March 2, 2007

Faculty and staff poets muse on finding a balance between life and art


"Recommended Reading," excerpted from The Exeter Bulletin, Winter 2007

February 24, 2007

Some well-read Exeter faculty chime in with good books to read in 2007


GCC: Three Weeks Down, One to Go

February 22, 2007

Combined efforts save tons of CO2 emissions


Fill a Bowl, Fill a Need

February 19, 2007

Handmade ceramic soup bowls will be sold to benefit the homeless


Art from Recycled Materials

February 16, 2007

Two student art shows highlight recycled objects


Dance at Exeter: There's a Step for Everyone

February 14, 2007

Ballet, modern, hip-hop, Irish step, African dance, jazz dance, belly dance and break dancing


Boys Squash Team Undefeated

February 8, 2007

11 - 0 record bodes well for success at national competition


A Big Week for Big Red: Exeter vs. Andover

February 23, 2007

Boys Squash Interschols will also be hosted by Exeter, February 23-25


Exeter Artists Win Top Prizes in Scholastic Art Competition

February 1, 2007

Ten students received Gold Key Awards, the top prize in the Scholastic Arts Awards of NH


Exeter Social Service Organization: Making a Difference Every Day

January 30, 2007

Student initiatives help build community


GCC Starts Today – Every Watt Counts!

January 26, 2007

Fifteen schools and over 12,000 school members participating this year


Face-to-Face with Mark Zuckerberg '02

January 24, 2007

Facebook founder visits campus


David Folkenflik '87, NPR Media Reporter, Visits Campus

January 22, 2007

Guest speaker at Assembly


Intersections: MLK Day 2007

January 19, 2007

A full day of activities to celebrate the civil rights leader


The Art in Harkness

January 12, 2007

Art students and art club members jump in with Harkness-inspired student projects


Biology Class Produces "Modern Rap Opera"

January 18, 2007

Biology class produces a rap video on cellular respiration


PEAN's Photo Goes Off Without a Hitch

January 5, 2007

"Huge project" successfully completed


Exeter's Yearbook, the PEAN, Restages a Historic Photo Shoot

January 4, 2007

Students replay an all-school photo from 1948


Community Memorial Service

December 11, 2006

The Academy community gathered in Phillips Church


Reaching for the Stars, and Catching Them

December 7, 2006

Three students travel to Kitt Peak National Observatory for research


Musical Direction from Bali Hai

December 5, 2006

Strains of flute and harp float from backstage, communicating the mystery of Bali Hai


How the Shape of a Table Shapes Lives (excerpt from The Exeter Bulletin)

December 1, 2006

"On one side a stubborn man with an idea, on the other an eminent schoolman ..."


South Pacific: Staging a World War II Military Base

November 30, 2006

Pacific islands come alive in this year's student musical


Sing the Holidays, from Vivaldi to Puente

November 29, 2006

This year's Holiday Concert is slated to be another rousing celebration of student talent


Downhome at the Country Fair

November 27, 2006

Themed dining hall events very popular with students


Flu Shots: Smiles, Bravado and the Occasional Cringe

November 17, 2006

Free flu vaccinations for students and Academy community members


Exeter vs. Andover: The Rivalry Continues

November 7, 2006

Exeter/Andover varsity matches and the Interschols scheduled for Saturday November 11th


Fall sports gone, but not forgotten

November 16, 2006

Spirit, attitude and positive energy characterized the fall season


Learning About Microloans And World Peace At Grameen Bank

November 15, 2006

A summer internship turns into a lesson in finance and world peace


Chief Justice of Iraq's Supreme Court Speaks at Exeter Assembly

November 13, 2006

Introduced by Justice Joseph P. Nadeau '55


Big Red at Andover

November 11, 2006

Crimson-clad Exonians crowd the stands


Big Red Fever Burns at Assembly

November 10, 2006

School spirit raises the rafters


MacArthur Fellow and Fields Medal Winner Visits Exeter

November 8, 2006

David Mumford '53 visits campus as a Harkness Fellow


Deciphering the Mysteries of Ancient History

November 6, 2006

Reenactment of the Battle of Marathon encourages students to think, connect and enjoy the subject


Olympic Athletes Bring the Message: Balance Is the Key

November 3, 2006

Four alumni/ae Olympic rowers visited campus, inspiring rowers and non-rowers alike


Rare blue lobster caught by Exeter student

November 1, 2006

Lobster is used in the biology curriculum for molting experiments


Why is Spider-Woman in my physics class?

October 31, 2006

It must be Halloween...


"Harkness": the Sunday Marketplace of Ideas

October 25, 2006

Results of the reader challenge ...


New Turf Field a Winner

October 23, 2006

Installed over the summer, the new field is "great to play on"


Parents' Weekend Starts Today

October 20, 2006

Highlights include theatrical productions, guided tours of the library and musical performances


Student clubs: the spice of life and more

October 13, 2006

An estimated eighty percent of Exeter students are active in more than 100 clubs


New Harris Family Children’s Center Opens

October 11, 2006

Tremendous new facility can provide care for 54 children



October 6, 2006

Students select a new brand of mattress using a computerized, democratic voting process


Getting to know you: Academy Life Day

October 2, 2006

Early in the term, students take a one-day break from classes to get to know each other


Exeter assists in worldwide coastal cleanup day

September 28, 2006

Student volunteers clear debris from two local rivers


Confident soccer teams excel at season kickoff

September 21, 2006

Exceptional games for both girls and boys soccer


New "Campus Crossroads" Gets a Name …. The Elizabeth and Stanford N. Phelps '52 Academy Center

September 18, 2006

Building dedication heralds the center's success in strengthening relationships


Academy Takes Precautions against EEE

September 15, 2006

Athletic fields to be sprayed, students encouraged to use insect repellent and protective clothing


Fishing for fun ... and for dinner

September 13, 2006

Dining services staff catch freshwater bass


Let classes begin!

September 11, 2006

Opening assembly starts off the year marking the 75th anniversary of the Harkness gift


"This is our home." – Rosanna Salcedo, Spanish Instructor

September 6, 2006

Dorm head of Wheelwright Hall talks about dorm life


"These are my brothers." – Brad, senior

September 6, 2006

Community Housing Initiative makes its mark with students


"This is the team." – Ralph Sneeden, English Instructor

September 6, 2006

Ralph Sneeden talks about Cilley Hall renovations and their positive impact on residents


Exeter group travels to New Orleans in post-Katrina relief effort

August 28, 2006

More than 70 Exeter volunteers help a struggling neighborhood rebuild


Historic gundalow comes to aid of Phillips Exeter with nautical goodwill gesture

August 8, 2006

Helps remove trees blocking the Squamscott River


The Lion's challenge: smell the rose and give it a name

August 4, 2006

A challenge to readers...


A Lion's Eye Favorite: Budding journalists meet the pros on the radio waves

July 26, 2006

Dan Rather interviewed recently by WPEA


Exeter cleaning up after severe storms

July 20, 2006

Update on local weather conditions


To the Families of Exeter Summer School Students:

July 11, 2006

An update on local weather conditions


A Lion's Eye Favorite: PEAN 2006 is out! Memories are in!

July 10, 2006

500-page PEAN published to great applause


Dorm Sweet Dorm: The Sequel (excerpt from The Exeter Bulletin, Summer 2006)

July 1, 2006

A few favorite dorm stories from the class of 2006


There they go … it's Prom time again

June 9, 2006

Seniors promenade and have a great time


After floods, déjeuner sur l'herbe

June 2, 2006

An all-school cookout to thank the community


Next year's new students – an exciting lineup

May 23, 2006

A record number of applications received, a record number of acceptances


Principal's Day – flags tell the story

May 11, 2006

Annual tradition announced by surprise


The making of ‘A Prayer for Owen Meany’ by Megan Gilbert ’07 (excerpt from The Exeter Bulletin)

May 8, 2006

How Exeter students came to tell an Exeter story, written by one Exeter alum and directed by another


A Lion's Eye Favorite: Visiting artist helps students find "the extraordinary in the ordinary"

May 3, 2006

Sean Beavers visits campus and shows his work at Lamont Gallery


Signing diplomas the old-fashioned way

April 28, 2006

Preparing for graduation day


A Lion's Eye Favorite: Visiting musicians – it's music to all ears

April 24, 2006

Renowned composer, writer and broadcaster from Australia visits campus for a week


Lessons Learned by Tom Hassan

April 6, 2006

A retrospective look from the acting principal


Academy Center Opens – “Wow!”

March 31, 2006

New student center measuring almost 50,000 square feet opens


Master Japanese Printmaker Works with Exeter Art Students

March 24, 2006

Keiji Shinohara visits classes and shows his work at Lamont Gallery


Website Redux

March 10, 2006

We've changed the website, but not the school... the website's just catching up


An Open Book (excerpt from The Exeter Bulletin, Winter 2006)

March 1, 2006

Exeter's library is not simply a home for books, but a place where students learn about learning


Justice Without Borders (excerpt from The Exeter Bulletin, Winter 2006)

February 1, 2006

Exeter "was truly my defining educational moment," says Justice Joseph Nadeau '55


Jennifer Wilhelm: Learning Green by Living Green (excerpt from The Exeter Bulletin, Winter 2006)

February 1, 2006

PEA’s new environmental education fellow calls her position “a dream job”


Moving Books, Inspiring Minds

November 20, 2006

35th anniversary of the opening of the Phillips Exeter Academy Library


Exeter Squash at 75: Simply Smashing (excerpt from The Exeter Bulletin, Winter 2006)

Now in its 75th year, Exeter's squash program is stronger than ever