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Alumna shares personal journey of transition

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

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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

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“We take an activity that’s about the individual — running, walking, cycling — and make it about partnership and community.”

Emily Glasser '85

Miles Hoover
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"It’s a way of looking at the world, of wanting to understand how the people who live closest to the problem see the problem."

Miles Hoover '15

Grant Moran
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“Our team played a key role in [Barbie's] recent evolution as a contemporary empowering icon for young girls.”

Grant Moran '74

One person on the floor recording two people sitting on a bench
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"To waddle along on short legs (like a duck or a fat child) is tapa.tupu. The word has a pithy beauty, doesn’t it? The world would be a poorer place without it."

Gregory Anderson '85

Pamela Erens
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"In times of distress, my tendency is to overthink and over-feel; reading a book like Middlemarch slows me down to the pace and rhythm of the sentences."

Pamela Erens '81

Alums back on campus