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Exeter in the News

In “Calling the Birds Home,” photographer and Art Instructor Cheryle St. Onge expresses her love for her mother who is suffering from dementia

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Combat Surgeon Colonel Robert Lim ’87 in a Computer Science class at Exeter.
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Exeter People

“What started as some guys sitting in the back of a conference room is now the strongest meeting for military general surgeons in the world.”

Robert Lim ’87

RedBikes get rolling

Exeter's first bike-share program hits the road today, officially launching on Climate Action Day. 

Alumni in the News

Upsolve, a nonprofit co-founded by Rohan Pavuluri ’14, receives Fast Company’s World Changing Ideas Award for Social Justice

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Dr. Seung Kim ’81

‘How do you find the thing you love?’

Dr. Seung Kim ’81 of Stanford discusses the joy he feels in scientific discovery and encourages Exonians to explore widely to find their own life purpose.

Exeter students working on projects for launchX in the Design Lab.

PEA teams excel at LaunchX

Team Sticky, with an app designed to reduce food waste, wins overall and moves on to the Global Competition at MIT in May. Team Edamame gains the Innovation Award for the reuse of single-use plastics as 3D printing filament.

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Exeter People

“That's one of the most noble goals ... embracing this one-of-a-kind education and using it to help others.”

Exeter People

“I treasure Exeter’s collaborative spirit and desire to create something greater.”

Exeter People

“When you get the chance to do things you love, you just have to take it.”