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Natural woman

Poet Camille Dungy, a guest of the Environmental Literature Institute at Exeter, shared excerpts Monday from her fourth book, "Soil: The Story of a Black Mother's Garden," that recounts her seven-year quest to transform her nondescript lawn in a northern Colorado sub-division into an oasis for native flora. The project — and the book — serve as a metaphor to expose the perils of homogeneity and champion the importance of diversity in nature, in writing and in life.

Spring sail

The PEA Theater Department's spring performance of "Argonautika" was a refreshed look at the mythic journey of Jason and the Argonauts and the Greek epic poem, Argonautica.

EJ Barthelemy poses for a photo
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Exeter People

"I feel very supported here and it’s given me a chance to really hone my craft and share my work with others."

EJ Barthelemy '23

Rowan Flanagan '24 stands outside Jeremiah Smith Hall
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“My favorite part of dorm life is absolutely my dormmates. They’ve really guided me through the Exeter experience.”

Rowan '24