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March 1 - 31, 2017

  

Wednesday, March 01, 2017

Event Image Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Mayer Art Center

Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation

Deborah Barlow, Todd Hearon, Jung Mi Lee & Jon Sakata
January 20 – April 15, 2017
Reception: Friday, January 20, 5-7 pm
Gallery Talk: Saturday, January 21, 10 am

Clew: The word can mean variously a ball of yarn, part of a ship's sail, and an expanse of wings. The most famous clew in Western culture was the ball of thread given to Theseus by Ariadne, used to guide the hero back through the labyrinth of the Minotaur. Over time clew has come to mean “a fact, circumstance, or principle which, being taken hold of and followed up, leads through a maze, perplexity, difficulty, intricate investigation” (OED). The labyrinth in that famous story is often a metaphor for what is baffling, complex and unfathomable. But a labyrinth can also suggest the mysterious and uncanny. Wandering through a maze—to be in a state of “amazement”—can be a rich and rewarding disorientation. When sailing in uncharted waters, the clew we need is one that brings us into proximity to the unknown and then back out again. Wings open and expand.

 Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation is an artistic collaboration that emulates the labyrinth with its confluences and unexpected turnabouts. Using overlays of music, poetry and visual arts, four artists give viewers and listeners new ways to see, hear and navigate a tripartite, intricately layered world. Within the setting of a physical gallery space, all three formats intermingle freely, and scheduled events shift the central focus from poetry to sound to the visual. Experienced individually or collectively, Clew compounds and expands into a journey of multidimensionality and surprise.

Meditation Block--Finals Week Study Break
9:45 AM - 10:15 AM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Phillips Church

Finals Week Study Break

Come any time between 9:45 and 10:15 a.m. for hot chocolate, coffee, tea, and homemade baked goods!

Boys V Swimming & Diving
3:30 PM - 6:00 PM

Off Campus - Athletic Department

Boys V Swimming & Diving vs Diving NE @ Deerfield
Boys V Basketball
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Athletic Department

Boys V Basketball vs Noble & Greenough School
Boys V Hockey
5:30 PM

Off Campus - Athletic Department

Boys V Hockey vs Lawrence Academy
Event Image Chamber Music Concert
7:00 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Forrestal-Bowld Music Center

Performances by student chamber ensembles.

Thursday, March 02, 2017

Event Image Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Mayer Art Center

Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation

Deborah Barlow, Todd Hearon, Jung Mi Lee & Jon Sakata
January 20 – April 15, 2017
Reception: Friday, January 20, 5-7 pm
Gallery Talk: Saturday, January 21, 10 am

Clew: The word can mean variously a ball of yarn, part of a ship's sail, and an expanse of wings. The most famous clew in Western culture was the ball of thread given to Theseus by Ariadne, used to guide the hero back through the labyrinth of the Minotaur. Over time clew has come to mean “a fact, circumstance, or principle which, being taken hold of and followed up, leads through a maze, perplexity, difficulty, intricate investigation” (OED). The labyrinth in that famous story is often a metaphor for what is baffling, complex and unfathomable. But a labyrinth can also suggest the mysterious and uncanny. Wandering through a maze—to be in a state of “amazement”—can be a rich and rewarding disorientation. When sailing in uncharted waters, the clew we need is one that brings us into proximity to the unknown and then back out again. Wings open and expand.

 Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation is an artistic collaboration that emulates the labyrinth with its confluences and unexpected turnabouts. Using overlays of music, poetry and visual arts, four artists give viewers and listeners new ways to see, hear and navigate a tripartite, intricately layered world. Within the setting of a physical gallery space, all three formats intermingle freely, and scheduled events shift the central focus from poetry to sound to the visual. Experienced individually or collectively, Clew compounds and expands into a journey of multidimensionality and surprise.

Cyber Security Training
10:00 AM - 10:40 AM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Phelps Academy Center

Haven't had time to take the on-line KnowBe4 Cyber Security Training? 
Join an IT-lead training session.
Assembly: Exeter Association of Rock
11:15 AM - 11:45 AM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Academy Building

Phillips Exeter's rock bands will perform.
Event Image Student Soloists
7:00 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Forrestal-Bowld Music Center

Student instrumental and vocal performances showcasing solo repertoire studied in the Music Department's private lesson program.

Friday, March 03, 2017

Event Image Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Mayer Art Center

Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation

Deborah Barlow, Todd Hearon, Jung Mi Lee & Jon Sakata
January 20 – April 15, 2017
Reception: Friday, January 20, 5-7 pm
Gallery Talk: Saturday, January 21, 10 am

Clew: The word can mean variously a ball of yarn, part of a ship's sail, and an expanse of wings. The most famous clew in Western culture was the ball of thread given to Theseus by Ariadne, used to guide the hero back through the labyrinth of the Minotaur. Over time clew has come to mean “a fact, circumstance, or principle which, being taken hold of and followed up, leads through a maze, perplexity, difficulty, intricate investigation” (OED). The labyrinth in that famous story is often a metaphor for what is baffling, complex and unfathomable. But a labyrinth can also suggest the mysterious and uncanny. Wandering through a maze—to be in a state of “amazement”—can be a rich and rewarding disorientation. When sailing in uncharted waters, the clew we need is one that brings us into proximity to the unknown and then back out again. Wings open and expand.

 Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation is an artistic collaboration that emulates the labyrinth with its confluences and unexpected turnabouts. Using overlays of music, poetry and visual arts, four artists give viewers and listeners new ways to see, hear and navigate a tripartite, intricately layered world. Within the setting of a physical gallery space, all three formats intermingle freely, and scheduled events shift the central focus from poetry to sound to the visual. Experienced individually or collectively, Clew compounds and expands into a journey of multidimensionality and surprise.

Saturday, March 04, 2017

Event Image Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Mayer Art Center

Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation

Deborah Barlow, Todd Hearon, Jung Mi Lee & Jon Sakata
January 20 – April 15, 2017
Reception: Friday, January 20, 5-7 pm
Gallery Talk: Saturday, January 21, 10 am

Clew: The word can mean variously a ball of yarn, part of a ship's sail, and an expanse of wings. The most famous clew in Western culture was the ball of thread given to Theseus by Ariadne, used to guide the hero back through the labyrinth of the Minotaur. Over time clew has come to mean “a fact, circumstance, or principle which, being taken hold of and followed up, leads through a maze, perplexity, difficulty, intricate investigation” (OED). The labyrinth in that famous story is often a metaphor for what is baffling, complex and unfathomable. But a labyrinth can also suggest the mysterious and uncanny. Wandering through a maze—to be in a state of “amazement”—can be a rich and rewarding disorientation. When sailing in uncharted waters, the clew we need is one that brings us into proximity to the unknown and then back out again. Wings open and expand.

 Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation is an artistic collaboration that emulates the labyrinth with its confluences and unexpected turnabouts. Using overlays of music, poetry and visual arts, four artists give viewers and listeners new ways to see, hear and navigate a tripartite, intricately layered world. Within the setting of a physical gallery space, all three formats intermingle freely, and scheduled events shift the central focus from poetry to sound to the visual. Experienced individually or collectively, Clew compounds and expands into a journey of multidimensionality and surprise.

Boys V Hockey
3:30 PM - 6:30 PM

Off Campus - Athletic Department

Boys V Hockey vs Rivers School

Sunday, March 05, 2017

Boys V Basketball
2:00 PM

Off Campus - Athletic Department

Boys V Basketball vs Suffield Academy

Tuesday, March 07, 2017

Event Image Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Mayer Art Center

Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation

Deborah Barlow, Todd Hearon, Jung Mi Lee & Jon Sakata
January 20 – April 15, 2017
Reception: Friday, January 20, 5-7 pm
Gallery Talk: Saturday, January 21, 10 am

Clew: The word can mean variously a ball of yarn, part of a ship's sail, and an expanse of wings. The most famous clew in Western culture was the ball of thread given to Theseus by Ariadne, used to guide the hero back through the labyrinth of the Minotaur. Over time clew has come to mean “a fact, circumstance, or principle which, being taken hold of and followed up, leads through a maze, perplexity, difficulty, intricate investigation” (OED). The labyrinth in that famous story is often a metaphor for what is baffling, complex and unfathomable. But a labyrinth can also suggest the mysterious and uncanny. Wandering through a maze—to be in a state of “amazement”—can be a rich and rewarding disorientation. When sailing in uncharted waters, the clew we need is one that brings us into proximity to the unknown and then back out again. Wings open and expand.

 Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation is an artistic collaboration that emulates the labyrinth with its confluences and unexpected turnabouts. Using overlays of music, poetry and visual arts, four artists give viewers and listeners new ways to see, hear and navigate a tripartite, intricately layered world. Within the setting of a physical gallery space, all three formats intermingle freely, and scheduled events shift the central focus from poetry to sound to the visual. Experienced individually or collectively, Clew compounds and expands into a journey of multidimensionality and surprise.

Wednesday, March 08, 2017

Event Image Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Mayer Art Center

Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation

Deborah Barlow, Todd Hearon, Jung Mi Lee & Jon Sakata
January 20 – April 15, 2017
Reception: Friday, January 20, 5-7 pm
Gallery Talk: Saturday, January 21, 10 am

Clew: The word can mean variously a ball of yarn, part of a ship's sail, and an expanse of wings. The most famous clew in Western culture was the ball of thread given to Theseus by Ariadne, used to guide the hero back through the labyrinth of the Minotaur. Over time clew has come to mean “a fact, circumstance, or principle which, being taken hold of and followed up, leads through a maze, perplexity, difficulty, intricate investigation” (OED). The labyrinth in that famous story is often a metaphor for what is baffling, complex and unfathomable. But a labyrinth can also suggest the mysterious and uncanny. Wandering through a maze—to be in a state of “amazement”—can be a rich and rewarding disorientation. When sailing in uncharted waters, the clew we need is one that brings us into proximity to the unknown and then back out again. Wings open and expand.

 Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation is an artistic collaboration that emulates the labyrinth with its confluences and unexpected turnabouts. Using overlays of music, poetry and visual arts, four artists give viewers and listeners new ways to see, hear and navigate a tripartite, intricately layered world. Within the setting of a physical gallery space, all three formats intermingle freely, and scheduled events shift the central focus from poetry to sound to the visual. Experienced individually or collectively, Clew compounds and expands into a journey of multidimensionality and surprise.

Cyber Security Training
11:00 AM - 11:40 AM

Haven't had time to take the KnowBe4 Cyber Security Training?
Join an IT-lead training session.

Thursday, March 09, 2017

Event Image Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Mayer Art Center

Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation

Deborah Barlow, Todd Hearon, Jung Mi Lee & Jon Sakata
January 20 – April 15, 2017
Reception: Friday, January 20, 5-7 pm
Gallery Talk: Saturday, January 21, 10 am

Clew: The word can mean variously a ball of yarn, part of a ship's sail, and an expanse of wings. The most famous clew in Western culture was the ball of thread given to Theseus by Ariadne, used to guide the hero back through the labyrinth of the Minotaur. Over time clew has come to mean “a fact, circumstance, or principle which, being taken hold of and followed up, leads through a maze, perplexity, difficulty, intricate investigation” (OED). The labyrinth in that famous story is often a metaphor for what is baffling, complex and unfathomable. But a labyrinth can also suggest the mysterious and uncanny. Wandering through a maze—to be in a state of “amazement”—can be a rich and rewarding disorientation. When sailing in uncharted waters, the clew we need is one that brings us into proximity to the unknown and then back out again. Wings open and expand.

 Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation is an artistic collaboration that emulates the labyrinth with its confluences and unexpected turnabouts. Using overlays of music, poetry and visual arts, four artists give viewers and listeners new ways to see, hear and navigate a tripartite, intricately layered world. Within the setting of a physical gallery space, all three formats intermingle freely, and scheduled events shift the central focus from poetry to sound to the visual. Experienced individually or collectively, Clew compounds and expands into a journey of multidimensionality and surprise.

Grades and Course Comments due in Lion Links for ALL students
9:00 AM

Grades and course comments due in Lion Links for all students.
Christian Prayer Group
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Phillips Church

We invite all students, faculty and staff to gather for brief moments of sharing (whether stories, Biblical readings or singing) before presenting our requests to Jesus Christ through the gift of prayer.  Lunch and fellowship follow - all within one hour.

Friday, March 10, 2017

Event Image Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Mayer Art Center

Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation

Deborah Barlow, Todd Hearon, Jung Mi Lee & Jon Sakata
January 20 – April 15, 2017
Reception: Friday, January 20, 5-7 pm
Gallery Talk: Saturday, January 21, 10 am

Clew: The word can mean variously a ball of yarn, part of a ship's sail, and an expanse of wings. The most famous clew in Western culture was the ball of thread given to Theseus by Ariadne, used to guide the hero back through the labyrinth of the Minotaur. Over time clew has come to mean “a fact, circumstance, or principle which, being taken hold of and followed up, leads through a maze, perplexity, difficulty, intricate investigation” (OED). The labyrinth in that famous story is often a metaphor for what is baffling, complex and unfathomable. But a labyrinth can also suggest the mysterious and uncanny. Wandering through a maze—to be in a state of “amazement”—can be a rich and rewarding disorientation. When sailing in uncharted waters, the clew we need is one that brings us into proximity to the unknown and then back out again. Wings open and expand.

 Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation is an artistic collaboration that emulates the labyrinth with its confluences and unexpected turnabouts. Using overlays of music, poetry and visual arts, four artists give viewers and listeners new ways to see, hear and navigate a tripartite, intricately layered world. Within the setting of a physical gallery space, all three formats intermingle freely, and scheduled events shift the central focus from poetry to sound to the visual. Experienced individually or collectively, Clew compounds and expands into a journey of multidimensionality and surprise.

Grades and Course Comments Available online for Advisers to view
9:00 AM

Grades and course comments will be available via Lion Links for advisers.
Lion Links open for students to view grades and comments
2:00 PM

Lion Links open for students to view grades and comments.

Saturday, March 11, 2017

Event Image SAT Administration
7:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Off Campus

The SAT will be administered on Saturday, March 11.  Because school is not in session at this time, students must register to test at a center in/near their hometown.  Register online at http://sat.collegeboard.org/register

Please note: this test is recommended for uppers only.
Grades and Comments Available on Parent Portal
9:00 AM

Parent Portal open for parents to view grades and comments.
Event Image Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Mayer Art Center

Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation

Deborah Barlow, Todd Hearon, Jung Mi Lee & Jon Sakata
January 20 – April 15, 2017
Reception: Friday, January 20, 5-7 pm
Gallery Talk: Saturday, January 21, 10 am

Clew: The word can mean variously a ball of yarn, part of a ship's sail, and an expanse of wings. The most famous clew in Western culture was the ball of thread given to Theseus by Ariadne, used to guide the hero back through the labyrinth of the Minotaur. Over time clew has come to mean “a fact, circumstance, or principle which, being taken hold of and followed up, leads through a maze, perplexity, difficulty, intricate investigation” (OED). The labyrinth in that famous story is often a metaphor for what is baffling, complex and unfathomable. But a labyrinth can also suggest the mysterious and uncanny. Wandering through a maze—to be in a state of “amazement”—can be a rich and rewarding disorientation. When sailing in uncharted waters, the clew we need is one that brings us into proximity to the unknown and then back out again. Wings open and expand.

 Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation is an artistic collaboration that emulates the labyrinth with its confluences and unexpected turnabouts. Using overlays of music, poetry and visual arts, four artists give viewers and listeners new ways to see, hear and navigate a tripartite, intricately layered world. Within the setting of a physical gallery space, all three formats intermingle freely, and scheduled events shift the central focus from poetry to sound to the visual. Experienced individually or collectively, Clew compounds and expands into a journey of multidimensionality and surprise.

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Event Image Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Mayer Art Center

Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation

Deborah Barlow, Todd Hearon, Jung Mi Lee & Jon Sakata
January 20 – April 15, 2017
Reception: Friday, January 20, 5-7 pm
Gallery Talk: Saturday, January 21, 10 am

Clew: The word can mean variously a ball of yarn, part of a ship's sail, and an expanse of wings. The most famous clew in Western culture was the ball of thread given to Theseus by Ariadne, used to guide the hero back through the labyrinth of the Minotaur. Over time clew has come to mean “a fact, circumstance, or principle which, being taken hold of and followed up, leads through a maze, perplexity, difficulty, intricate investigation” (OED). The labyrinth in that famous story is often a metaphor for what is baffling, complex and unfathomable. But a labyrinth can also suggest the mysterious and uncanny. Wandering through a maze—to be in a state of “amazement”—can be a rich and rewarding disorientation. When sailing in uncharted waters, the clew we need is one that brings us into proximity to the unknown and then back out again. Wings open and expand.

 Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation is an artistic collaboration that emulates the labyrinth with its confluences and unexpected turnabouts. Using overlays of music, poetry and visual arts, four artists give viewers and listeners new ways to see, hear and navigate a tripartite, intricately layered world. Within the setting of a physical gallery space, all three formats intermingle freely, and scheduled events shift the central focus from poetry to sound to the visual. Experienced individually or collectively, Clew compounds and expands into a journey of multidimensionality and surprise.

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Event Image Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Mayer Art Center

Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation

Deborah Barlow, Todd Hearon, Jung Mi Lee & Jon Sakata
January 20 – April 15, 2017
Reception: Friday, January 20, 5-7 pm
Gallery Talk: Saturday, January 21, 10 am

Clew: The word can mean variously a ball of yarn, part of a ship's sail, and an expanse of wings. The most famous clew in Western culture was the ball of thread given to Theseus by Ariadne, used to guide the hero back through the labyrinth of the Minotaur. Over time clew has come to mean “a fact, circumstance, or principle which, being taken hold of and followed up, leads through a maze, perplexity, difficulty, intricate investigation” (OED). The labyrinth in that famous story is often a metaphor for what is baffling, complex and unfathomable. But a labyrinth can also suggest the mysterious and uncanny. Wandering through a maze—to be in a state of “amazement”—can be a rich and rewarding disorientation. When sailing in uncharted waters, the clew we need is one that brings us into proximity to the unknown and then back out again. Wings open and expand.

 Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation is an artistic collaboration that emulates the labyrinth with its confluences and unexpected turnabouts. Using overlays of music, poetry and visual arts, four artists give viewers and listeners new ways to see, hear and navigate a tripartite, intricately layered world. Within the setting of a physical gallery space, all three formats intermingle freely, and scheduled events shift the central focus from poetry to sound to the visual. Experienced individually or collectively, Clew compounds and expands into a journey of multidimensionality and surprise.

Thursday, March 16, 2017

Event Image Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Mayer Art Center

Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation

Deborah Barlow, Todd Hearon, Jung Mi Lee & Jon Sakata
January 20 – April 15, 2017
Reception: Friday, January 20, 5-7 pm
Gallery Talk: Saturday, January 21, 10 am

Clew: The word can mean variously a ball of yarn, part of a ship's sail, and an expanse of wings. The most famous clew in Western culture was the ball of thread given to Theseus by Ariadne, used to guide the hero back through the labyrinth of the Minotaur. Over time clew has come to mean “a fact, circumstance, or principle which, being taken hold of and followed up, leads through a maze, perplexity, difficulty, intricate investigation” (OED). The labyrinth in that famous story is often a metaphor for what is baffling, complex and unfathomable. But a labyrinth can also suggest the mysterious and uncanny. Wandering through a maze—to be in a state of “amazement”—can be a rich and rewarding disorientation. When sailing in uncharted waters, the clew we need is one that brings us into proximity to the unknown and then back out again. Wings open and expand.

 Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation is an artistic collaboration that emulates the labyrinth with its confluences and unexpected turnabouts. Using overlays of music, poetry and visual arts, four artists give viewers and listeners new ways to see, hear and navigate a tripartite, intricately layered world. Within the setting of a physical gallery space, all three formats intermingle freely, and scheduled events shift the central focus from poetry to sound to the visual. Experienced individually or collectively, Clew compounds and expands into a journey of multidimensionality and surprise.

Friday, March 17, 2017

Event Image Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Mayer Art Center

Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation

Deborah Barlow, Todd Hearon, Jung Mi Lee & Jon Sakata
January 20 – April 15, 2017
Reception: Friday, January 20, 5-7 pm
Gallery Talk: Saturday, January 21, 10 am

Clew: The word can mean variously a ball of yarn, part of a ship's sail, and an expanse of wings. The most famous clew in Western culture was the ball of thread given to Theseus by Ariadne, used to guide the hero back through the labyrinth of the Minotaur. Over time clew has come to mean “a fact, circumstance, or principle which, being taken hold of and followed up, leads through a maze, perplexity, difficulty, intricate investigation” (OED). The labyrinth in that famous story is often a metaphor for what is baffling, complex and unfathomable. But a labyrinth can also suggest the mysterious and uncanny. Wandering through a maze—to be in a state of “amazement”—can be a rich and rewarding disorientation. When sailing in uncharted waters, the clew we need is one that brings us into proximity to the unknown and then back out again. Wings open and expand.

 Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation is an artistic collaboration that emulates the labyrinth with its confluences and unexpected turnabouts. Using overlays of music, poetry and visual arts, four artists give viewers and listeners new ways to see, hear and navigate a tripartite, intricately layered world. Within the setting of a physical gallery space, all three formats intermingle freely, and scheduled events shift the central focus from poetry to sound to the visual. Experienced individually or collectively, Clew compounds and expands into a journey of multidimensionality and surprise.

Saturday, March 18, 2017

Event Image Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Mayer Art Center

Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation

Deborah Barlow, Todd Hearon, Jung Mi Lee & Jon Sakata
January 20 – April 15, 2017
Reception: Friday, January 20, 5-7 pm
Gallery Talk: Saturday, January 21, 10 am

Clew: The word can mean variously a ball of yarn, part of a ship's sail, and an expanse of wings. The most famous clew in Western culture was the ball of thread given to Theseus by Ariadne, used to guide the hero back through the labyrinth of the Minotaur. Over time clew has come to mean “a fact, circumstance, or principle which, being taken hold of and followed up, leads through a maze, perplexity, difficulty, intricate investigation” (OED). The labyrinth in that famous story is often a metaphor for what is baffling, complex and unfathomable. But a labyrinth can also suggest the mysterious and uncanny. Wandering through a maze—to be in a state of “amazement”—can be a rich and rewarding disorientation. When sailing in uncharted waters, the clew we need is one that brings us into proximity to the unknown and then back out again. Wings open and expand.

 Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation is an artistic collaboration that emulates the labyrinth with its confluences and unexpected turnabouts. Using overlays of music, poetry and visual arts, four artists give viewers and listeners new ways to see, hear and navigate a tripartite, intricately layered world. Within the setting of a physical gallery space, all three formats intermingle freely, and scheduled events shift the central focus from poetry to sound to the visual. Experienced individually or collectively, Clew compounds and expands into a journey of multidimensionality and surprise.

Monday, March 20, 2017

Faculty Meeting
9:50 AM - 10:40 AM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Phillips Hall

Faculty Meeting

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Event Image Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Mayer Art Center

Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation

Deborah Barlow, Todd Hearon, Jung Mi Lee & Jon Sakata
January 20 – April 15, 2017
Reception: Friday, January 20, 5-7 pm
Gallery Talk: Saturday, January 21, 10 am

Clew: The word can mean variously a ball of yarn, part of a ship's sail, and an expanse of wings. The most famous clew in Western culture was the ball of thread given to Theseus by Ariadne, used to guide the hero back through the labyrinth of the Minotaur. Over time clew has come to mean “a fact, circumstance, or principle which, being taken hold of and followed up, leads through a maze, perplexity, difficulty, intricate investigation” (OED). The labyrinth in that famous story is often a metaphor for what is baffling, complex and unfathomable. But a labyrinth can also suggest the mysterious and uncanny. Wandering through a maze—to be in a state of “amazement”—can be a rich and rewarding disorientation. When sailing in uncharted waters, the clew we need is one that brings us into proximity to the unknown and then back out again. Wings open and expand.

 Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation is an artistic collaboration that emulates the labyrinth with its confluences and unexpected turnabouts. Using overlays of music, poetry and visual arts, four artists give viewers and listeners new ways to see, hear and navigate a tripartite, intricately layered world. Within the setting of a physical gallery space, all three formats intermingle freely, and scheduled events shift the central focus from poetry to sound to the visual. Experienced individually or collectively, Clew compounds and expands into a journey of multidimensionality and surprise.

ASSEMBLY: Civil Rights/Social Justice Trip to Montgomery: Equal Justice Initiative
9:50 AM - 10:20 AM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Academy Building

Students who took part in the Civil Rights/Social Justice trip to Montgomery present guests from Bryan Stevenson's Equal Justice Initiative. Attorney Benjamin Schaefer will speak about Child Imprisonment, Mass Incarceration, and efforts to give incarcerated individuals a fair shot at justice. Mr. Schaefer graduated from the New York University School of Law where he participated in the Equal Justice and Captain Defender Clinic and interned at the Orleans Public Defenders in Louisiana. He has a BA in History from UVA and a Masters in Administration, Planning, and Social Policy from Harvard University Graduate School of Education. He will be available in the Latin Study for lunch (12:50-1:30) for additional discussion & questions. At 6:30pm in Mayer Auditorium, the community will get a chance to meet Anthony Ray Hinton, a man on death row for 30 years for a crime he didn't commit. One of EJI's most noteworthy clients, he will share his story in a way only he can. 
EVENING TALK: Anthony Ray Hinton
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Academy Building
Phillips Exeter Academy

Evening Talk: Anthony R. Hinton, death row exoneree, will share his story of wrongful conviction, survival and decades to exoneration and freedom. His visit follows today's assembly program on the Civil Rights/Equal Justice student trip to  Montgomery with Bryan Stevenson's Equal Justice Initiative. 

 6:30 p.m. ASSEMBLY HALL (new location)

Evening Prayer
9:30 PM - 10:00 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Phillips Church

This is a candle lit service where student music provides a counter point to the words chosen by the School Minister from a wide spectrum of thought deemed "spirtual" or "religious".  Even though the service is held at 9:30 on Tuesday evenings, underclass students who are in good disciplinary standing may check out to attend.


More to come!

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Event Image Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Mayer Art Center

Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation

Deborah Barlow, Todd Hearon, Jung Mi Lee & Jon Sakata
January 20 – April 15, 2017
Reception: Friday, January 20, 5-7 pm
Gallery Talk: Saturday, January 21, 10 am

Clew: The word can mean variously a ball of yarn, part of a ship's sail, and an expanse of wings. The most famous clew in Western culture was the ball of thread given to Theseus by Ariadne, used to guide the hero back through the labyrinth of the Minotaur. Over time clew has come to mean “a fact, circumstance, or principle which, being taken hold of and followed up, leads through a maze, perplexity, difficulty, intricate investigation” (OED). The labyrinth in that famous story is often a metaphor for what is baffling, complex and unfathomable. But a labyrinth can also suggest the mysterious and uncanny. Wandering through a maze—to be in a state of “amazement”—can be a rich and rewarding disorientation. When sailing in uncharted waters, the clew we need is one that brings us into proximity to the unknown and then back out again. Wings open and expand.

 Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation is an artistic collaboration that emulates the labyrinth with its confluences and unexpected turnabouts. Using overlays of music, poetry and visual arts, four artists give viewers and listeners new ways to see, hear and navigate a tripartite, intricately layered world. Within the setting of a physical gallery space, all three formats intermingle freely, and scheduled events shift the central focus from poetry to sound to the visual. Experienced individually or collectively, Clew compounds and expands into a journey of multidimensionality and surprise.

Meditation
9:50 AM - 10:20 AM

Phillips Exeter Academy
Phillips Exeter Academy - Phillips Church

This morning service consists of a personal narrative or essay, framed by music. In the spring, all of our speakers are part of the PEA senior class. 

Here is the schedule for the spring:
March 22: Marichi Gupta
March 29: Bella Edo

    Experience Exeter Week (start time is 10:10):
    Monday, April 3: Athena Garasoulis
    Tuesday, April 4: Geyang Qin
    Thursday, April 6: Shekinah ("Shak") Davidson
    Friday, April 7: Jenny Hunt

April 12: Paul Ahern
April 19: Alex Rothstein
There will not be a meditation on April 26 due to Climate Action Day.
May 3: Kelechi Nwankwoala
May 10: Hillary Aristotle
May 17: Majestic Terhune
May 24: Anishta Khan
May 31: Jesus Rivera & Hannah Piette*

*special schedule, TBA

American Invitational Mathematics Exam: AIME II (Multi-Day Event)
1:30 PM

American Invitational Mathematics Exam: AIME II
Location:  Grainger Auditorium

Thursday, March 23, 2017

American Invitational Mathematics Exam: AIME II (Multi-Day Event)
End Time 5:00 PM

American Invitational Mathematics Exam: AIME II
Location:  Grainger Auditorium
Event Image Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Mayer Art Center

Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation

Deborah Barlow, Todd Hearon, Jung Mi Lee & Jon Sakata
January 20 – April 15, 2017
Reception: Friday, January 20, 5-7 pm
Gallery Talk: Saturday, January 21, 10 am

Clew: The word can mean variously a ball of yarn, part of a ship's sail, and an expanse of wings. The most famous clew in Western culture was the ball of thread given to Theseus by Ariadne, used to guide the hero back through the labyrinth of the Minotaur. Over time clew has come to mean “a fact, circumstance, or principle which, being taken hold of and followed up, leads through a maze, perplexity, difficulty, intricate investigation” (OED). The labyrinth in that famous story is often a metaphor for what is baffling, complex and unfathomable. But a labyrinth can also suggest the mysterious and uncanny. Wandering through a maze—to be in a state of “amazement”—can be a rich and rewarding disorientation. When sailing in uncharted waters, the clew we need is one that brings us into proximity to the unknown and then back out again. Wings open and expand.

 Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation is an artistic collaboration that emulates the labyrinth with its confluences and unexpected turnabouts. Using overlays of music, poetry and visual arts, four artists give viewers and listeners new ways to see, hear and navigate a tripartite, intricately layered world. Within the setting of a physical gallery space, all three formats intermingle freely, and scheduled events shift the central focus from poetry to sound to the visual. Experienced individually or collectively, Clew compounds and expands into a journey of multidimensionality and surprise.

Christian Prayer Group
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Phillips Church

We invite all students, faculty and staff to gather for brief moments of sharing (whether stories, Biblical readings or singing) before presenting our requests to Jesus Christ through the gift of prayer.  Lunch and fellowship follow - all within one hour.

Friday, March 24, 2017

Event Image Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Mayer Art Center

Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation

Deborah Barlow, Todd Hearon, Jung Mi Lee & Jon Sakata
January 20 – April 15, 2017
Reception: Friday, January 20, 5-7 pm
Gallery Talk: Saturday, January 21, 10 am

Clew: The word can mean variously a ball of yarn, part of a ship's sail, and an expanse of wings. The most famous clew in Western culture was the ball of thread given to Theseus by Ariadne, used to guide the hero back through the labyrinth of the Minotaur. Over time clew has come to mean “a fact, circumstance, or principle which, being taken hold of and followed up, leads through a maze, perplexity, difficulty, intricate investigation” (OED). The labyrinth in that famous story is often a metaphor for what is baffling, complex and unfathomable. But a labyrinth can also suggest the mysterious and uncanny. Wandering through a maze—to be in a state of “amazement”—can be a rich and rewarding disorientation. When sailing in uncharted waters, the clew we need is one that brings us into proximity to the unknown and then back out again. Wings open and expand.

 Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation is an artistic collaboration that emulates the labyrinth with its confluences and unexpected turnabouts. Using overlays of music, poetry and visual arts, four artists give viewers and listeners new ways to see, hear and navigate a tripartite, intricately layered world. Within the setting of a physical gallery space, all three formats intermingle freely, and scheduled events shift the central focus from poetry to sound to the visual. Experienced individually or collectively, Clew compounds and expands into a journey of multidimensionality and surprise.

ASSEMBLY: William Hirsch, producer of Audrie and Daisy
9:50 AM - 10:20 AM

William Hirsch, father of Jack Hirsch '16, will discuss production of the film Audie and Daisy.

AUDRIE & DAISY is an urgent real-life drama that examines the ripple effects on families, friends, schools and communities when two underage young women find that sexual assault crimes against them have been caught on camera. From acclaimed filmmakers Bonni Cohen and Jon Shenk (The Island President, The Rape of Europa), AUDRIE & DAISY — which made its world premiere at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival — takes a hard look at American’s teenagers who are coming of age in this new world of social media bullying, spun wildly out of control.

http://www.audrieanddaisy.com/about/
Shabbat Services
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Phillips Church

Shabbat Service and Dinner
Buddhist Meditation
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Phillips Church

Student Buddhist Meditation
Christian Fellowship
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Phillips Church

Christian Fellowship gathers to discuss scripture.
Adult Buddhist Meditation
8:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Phillips Church

Adult Buddhist Meditation

Saturday, March 25, 2017

Event Image Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Mayer Art Center

Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation

Deborah Barlow, Todd Hearon, Jung Mi Lee & Jon Sakata
January 20 – April 15, 2017
Reception: Friday, January 20, 5-7 pm
Gallery Talk: Saturday, January 21, 10 am

Clew: The word can mean variously a ball of yarn, part of a ship's sail, and an expanse of wings. The most famous clew in Western culture was the ball of thread given to Theseus by Ariadne, used to guide the hero back through the labyrinth of the Minotaur. Over time clew has come to mean “a fact, circumstance, or principle which, being taken hold of and followed up, leads through a maze, perplexity, difficulty, intricate investigation” (OED). The labyrinth in that famous story is often a metaphor for what is baffling, complex and unfathomable. But a labyrinth can also suggest the mysterious and uncanny. Wandering through a maze—to be in a state of “amazement”—can be a rich and rewarding disorientation. When sailing in uncharted waters, the clew we need is one that brings us into proximity to the unknown and then back out again. Wings open and expand.

 Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation is an artistic collaboration that emulates the labyrinth with its confluences and unexpected turnabouts. Using overlays of music, poetry and visual arts, four artists give viewers and listeners new ways to see, hear and navigate a tripartite, intricately layered world. Within the setting of a physical gallery space, all three formats intermingle freely, and scheduled events shift the central focus from poetry to sound to the visual. Experienced individually or collectively, Clew compounds and expands into a journey of multidimensionality and surprise.

Boys V Lacrosse
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Athletic Department

Boys V Lacrosse vs St. Paul's School
Bus to Fox Run Mall and Regal Cinemas
5:30 PM - 10:30 PM

Off Campus

Bus to Fox Run Mall and Regal Cinemas: Signups are done via eventbrite.  A link to signup will be emailed out weekly.  No OOTs required. Back on campus by 10:45 pm. The trip is weather dependent. Depart from Tan Lane.

Mall directory can be found here

Movie listings can be found here

Store listings at Crossings can be found here.

Make sure to check out the dining guidefor restaurant choices.

(Film Screening) Audrie & Daisy
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Phelps Academy Center

Audrie & Daisy: "In two towns on different sides of America, two teenage girls pass out while intoxicated at high school parties and, while unconscious, both are sexually assaulted by boys they call friends. In the aftermath, the girls each endure online harassment, both attempt suicide, and tragically, one dies. The film explores this new public square of shame from the perspective of the teenagers and their families -- including the boys involved in the assaults and the girls willing to speak out publicly."
Wheelwright Whiteout
8:30 PM - 10:45 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Phelps Science Center

Wheelwright Whiteout: Kick off Spring Term with Wheelwright's annual dance!

Sunday, March 26, 2017

Protestant Worship Service
1:30 PM - 2:30 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Phillips Church

Sunday Worship Services
ESSO Basketball Lessons
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Athletic Department

ESSO student volunteers teach the fundamentals of basketball to children in Grades 2 - 6.
Children MUST be pre-registered to participate.  Click here for the registration form.
Hindu Puja
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Phillips Church

Hindu Puja

Monday, March 27, 2017

Faculty Meeting
9:50 AM - 10:40 AM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Phillips Hall

Faculty Meeting
Visiting Classics Scholar, Dr. Ellen Oliensis, lunch seminar: Apollo and Daphne
12:30 PM - 1:35 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Academy Building

Visiting Classics Scholar, Dr. Ellen Oliensis, lunch seminar: 

“Apollo and Daphne” in the larger context of Metamorphoses
In our first meeting, we will get acquainted with the story, taking up some of its typical features (transformation, aetiology, narrative technique) as well as its novelty as the poem’s first love story.  This overview will set the stage for the three (re)readings to come. 

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Event Image Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Mayer Art Center

Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation

Deborah Barlow, Todd Hearon, Jung Mi Lee & Jon Sakata
January 20 – April 15, 2017
Reception: Friday, January 20, 5-7 pm
Gallery Talk: Saturday, January 21, 10 am

Clew: The word can mean variously a ball of yarn, part of a ship's sail, and an expanse of wings. The most famous clew in Western culture was the ball of thread given to Theseus by Ariadne, used to guide the hero back through the labyrinth of the Minotaur. Over time clew has come to mean “a fact, circumstance, or principle which, being taken hold of and followed up, leads through a maze, perplexity, difficulty, intricate investigation” (OED). The labyrinth in that famous story is often a metaphor for what is baffling, complex and unfathomable. But a labyrinth can also suggest the mysterious and uncanny. Wandering through a maze—to be in a state of “amazement”—can be a rich and rewarding disorientation. When sailing in uncharted waters, the clew we need is one that brings us into proximity to the unknown and then back out again. Wings open and expand.

 Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation is an artistic collaboration that emulates the labyrinth with its confluences and unexpected turnabouts. Using overlays of music, poetry and visual arts, four artists give viewers and listeners new ways to see, hear and navigate a tripartite, intricately layered world. Within the setting of a physical gallery space, all three formats intermingle freely, and scheduled events shift the central focus from poetry to sound to the visual. Experienced individually or collectively, Clew compounds and expands into a journey of multidimensionality and surprise.

ASSEMBLY: Fight Club
9:50 AM - 10:20 AM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Academy Building
Phillips Exeter Academy

Fight Club is a support group on campus for students who have lost a parent.
Visiting Classics Scholar, Dr. Ellen Oliensis, lunch seminar: A Parable of Artistic Creation
12:30 PM - 1:35 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Academy Building

Classics Scholar, Dr. Ellen Oliensis, lunch seminar:

A parable of artistic creation
Ever since Horace asked the Muse to crown him with “Delphic laurel” at the end of Odes 3, the laurel wreath has been the sign of poetic achievement.  In our second meeting, we will focus on the theme of art, asking what difference it makes that the protagonist of this episode is the god of poetry. 
Classics Visiting Scholar
12:35 PM - 12:40 PM

The Classical Languages Department is hosting Dr. Ellen Oliensis, Professor of Classics and Comparative Literature at the University of California at Berkeley, as our Visiting Scholar from March 27-31. We invite you to participate in a four-part lunch seminar in the Latin Study from 12:30 to 1:35pm:

READING OVID'S DAPHNE 

The goal of this seminar series is to explore the irreducible interpretive complexity of Ovid’s Metamorphoses by focusing on a single exemplary episode: the “Apollo and Daphne” story. 

 Monday, March 27th
“Apollo and Daphne” in the larger context of Metamorphoses
In our first meeting, we will get acquainted with the story, taking up some of its typical features (transformation, aetiology, narrative technique) as well as its novelty as the poem’s first love story.  This overview will set the stage for the three (re)readings to come. 

Tuesday, March 28th 

A parable of artistic creation
Ever since Horace asked the Muse to crown him with “Delphic laurel” at the end of Odes 3, the laurel wreath has been the sign of poetic achievement.  In our second meeting, we will focus on the theme of art, asking what difference it makes that the protagonist of this episode is the god of poetry. 

 

Thursday, March 30th
A tragicomedy of desire
The focus of our third meeting will be the psychology of love.  We will explore why and how Apollo falls in love with Daphne; why and how she rejects his advances; and what Daphne’s transformation means within this context. 

 

Friday, March 31st
An episode of Augustan “propaganda”?
In our final meeting we will reread the episode with the overtly Augustan elements of Apollo’s final speech in mind, devoting some attention to how this political dimension is bolstered or complicated by the readings developed in our earlier discussions.   

 Sign up for catered lunch with Mr. Unger by Friday, March 24 at nunger@exeter.edu  

Students are encouraged to attend all four meetings for the full seminar experience. 

  

Also, Professor Oliensis will present an evening lecture open to the public (no reservation required): 

  

HOW TO MAKE OVER A CLASSIC 

Wednesday, March 29, Phelps Academy Center, Forum, 7:00pm

 

The words “classic” and “classical” conjure up impressive images of marble serenity and moral severity, and readers often come to the literature of antiquity expecting to find the same.  Yet classical literature is never simply serene or severe; indeed, if it were, it would hardly have survived the millennia to engage our interest today.  In this lecture, Professor Oliensis will explore how readers have transformed Ovid’s famous story of Arachne and Minerva into one such “classic” and how the story both anticipates and resists this transformation. 

  

Ellen Oliensis studied Greek and Latin at Phillips Exeter Academy before attending Yale University (BA 1981) and Harvard University (PhD 1991).  After teaching at Yale for a number of years, in 1999 she headed west to UC Berkeley, where she is Professor of Classics and Comparative Literature and Chair of the Department of Classics.  She is currently writing a book on Ovid’s Amores and a commentary on Ovid Metamorphoses 6 for Cambridge University Press. 

 

 

 

ESSO Gal Pals
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Phillips Church

Female ESSO student volunteers meet with women with special needs from the surrounding community twice per month to participate in fun activities.  Meetings include Karaoke, cooking, crafts, and games.

Women from the community MUST be pre-registered to participate.  Click here to register.
Evening Prayer
9:30 PM - 10:00 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Phillips Church

This is a candle lit service where student music provides a counter point to the words chosen by the School Minister from a wide spectrum of thought deemed "spirtual" or "religious".  Even though the service is held at 9:30 on Tuesday evenings, underclass students who are in good disciplinary standing may check out to attend.


More to come!

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Event Image Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Mayer Art Center

Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation

Deborah Barlow, Todd Hearon, Jung Mi Lee & Jon Sakata
January 20 – April 15, 2017
Reception: Friday, January 20, 5-7 pm
Gallery Talk: Saturday, January 21, 10 am

Clew: The word can mean variously a ball of yarn, part of a ship's sail, and an expanse of wings. The most famous clew in Western culture was the ball of thread given to Theseus by Ariadne, used to guide the hero back through the labyrinth of the Minotaur. Over time clew has come to mean “a fact, circumstance, or principle which, being taken hold of and followed up, leads through a maze, perplexity, difficulty, intricate investigation” (OED). The labyrinth in that famous story is often a metaphor for what is baffling, complex and unfathomable. But a labyrinth can also suggest the mysterious and uncanny. Wandering through a maze—to be in a state of “amazement”—can be a rich and rewarding disorientation. When sailing in uncharted waters, the clew we need is one that brings us into proximity to the unknown and then back out again. Wings open and expand.

 Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation is an artistic collaboration that emulates the labyrinth with its confluences and unexpected turnabouts. Using overlays of music, poetry and visual arts, four artists give viewers and listeners new ways to see, hear and navigate a tripartite, intricately layered world. Within the setting of a physical gallery space, all three formats intermingle freely, and scheduled events shift the central focus from poetry to sound to the visual. Experienced individually or collectively, Clew compounds and expands into a journey of multidimensionality and surprise.

Event Image College Counseling Office drop-in hours!
9:00 AM - 12:30 PM

College counselors will be available for drop-ins -- quick, informal appointments for students -- on Wednesdays, from 9:00 am - 12:30 pm (excluding Meditation/Advising).
Meditation
9:50 AM - 10:20 AM

Phillips Exeter Academy
Phillips Exeter Academy - Phillips Church

This morning service consists of a personal narrative or essay, framed by music. In the spring, all of our speakers are part of the PEA senior class. 

Here is the schedule for the spring:
March 22: Marichi Gupta
March 29: Bella Edo

    Experience Exeter Week (start time is 10:10):
    Monday, April 3: Athena Garasoulis
    Tuesday, April 4: Geyang Qin
    Thursday, April 6: Shekinah ("Shak") Davidson
    Friday, April 7: Jenny Hunt

April 12: Paul Ahern
April 19: Alex Rothstein
There will not be a meditation on April 26 due to Climate Action Day.
May 3: Kelechi Nwankwoala
May 10: Hillary Aristotle
May 17: Majestic Terhune
May 24: Anishta Khan
May 31: Jesus Rivera & Hannah Piette*

*special schedule, TBA

Girls JV Tennis
2:15 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Athletic Department

Girls JV Tennis vs Governors Academy
Girls V Tennis A
2:30 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Athletic Department

Girls V Tennis A vs Governors Academy
Girls V Lacrosse
3:00 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Athletic Department

Girls V Lacrosse vs Kimball Union Academy
ESSO Chess Lessons
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Phelps Academy Center

ESSO student volunteers teach the fundamentals of chess to children in Grades 3 - 6.  Children MUST be pre-registered to participate.  Click here to register.
ESSO Children's Choir
3:30 PM - 4:15 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Phelps Academy Center

Student volunteers direct a fun choir for children in Grades 1 - 5.  Songs range from contemporary pop to traditional folk songs.  
Children must be pre-registered to attend.  Please click here to register.
ESSO Junior Computer Programming
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Phelps Science Center, Computer Lab

ESSO student volunteers work with children in Grades 5 - 8 to learn computer programming. 

Children MUST be pre-registered to participate.  Click here to register your child.
ESSO Storytime
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

ESSO Storytime is open to area children in Preschool to Grade 3.  Children listen to a story, make a craft and enjoy a small snack with PEA students on Wednesday afternoons in the basement of Phillips Church.

Children MUST be pre-registered in order to participate.  Please click here to register your child.
ESSO Theater Games
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Phelps Academy Center

ESSO students and children in Grades 2 - 6 play games that encourage creativity and expression on stage.

Children MUST be pre-registered to participate.  Please click here to register.
Boys V Lacrosse
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Athletic Department

Boys V Lacrosse vs St. Sebastian s Country Day School
ESSO Math Counts
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Phelps Academy Center

ESSO student volunteers work with Middle School Students to prepare for Math Counts competitions.

Children MUST be pre-registered to participate.  Click here to register.
Visiting Classics Scholar, Dr. Ellen Oliensis, evening lecture: How to Make Over a Classic
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Phelps Academy Center

Visiting Classics Scholar, Dr. Ellen Oliensis, evening lecture: How to Make Over a Classic

Thursday, March 30, 2017

Event Image Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Mayer Art Center

Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation

Deborah Barlow, Todd Hearon, Jung Mi Lee & Jon Sakata
January 20 – April 15, 2017
Reception: Friday, January 20, 5-7 pm
Gallery Talk: Saturday, January 21, 10 am

Clew: The word can mean variously a ball of yarn, part of a ship's sail, and an expanse of wings. The most famous clew in Western culture was the ball of thread given to Theseus by Ariadne, used to guide the hero back through the labyrinth of the Minotaur. Over time clew has come to mean “a fact, circumstance, or principle which, being taken hold of and followed up, leads through a maze, perplexity, difficulty, intricate investigation” (OED). The labyrinth in that famous story is often a metaphor for what is baffling, complex and unfathomable. But a labyrinth can also suggest the mysterious and uncanny. Wandering through a maze—to be in a state of “amazement”—can be a rich and rewarding disorientation. When sailing in uncharted waters, the clew we need is one that brings us into proximity to the unknown and then back out again. Wings open and expand.

 Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation is an artistic collaboration that emulates the labyrinth with its confluences and unexpected turnabouts. Using overlays of music, poetry and visual arts, four artists give viewers and listeners new ways to see, hear and navigate a tripartite, intricately layered world. Within the setting of a physical gallery space, all three formats intermingle freely, and scheduled events shift the central focus from poetry to sound to the visual. Experienced individually or collectively, Clew compounds and expands into a journey of multidimensionality and surprise.

Visiting Classics Scholar, Dr. Ellen Oliensis, lunch seminar: A Tragicomedy of Desire
12:30 PM - 1:35 PM

Classics Scholar, Dr. Ellen Oliensis, lunch seminar:

A tragicomedy of desire
The focus of our third meeting will be the psychology of love.  We will explore why and how Apollo falls in love with Daphne; why and how she rejects his advances; and what Daphne’s transformation means within this context
ESSO Spanish Lessons
6:15 PM - 7:00 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Phelps Academy Center

ESSO student volunteers teach Spanish to area children in Grades 2 - 5.

Children MUST be pre-registered to participate.  Please click here to register.

Friday, March 31, 2017

Event Image College Counseling Office drop-in hours!
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

College counselors will be available for drop-ins -- quick, informal appointments for students​.
Event Image Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Mayer Art Center

Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation

Deborah Barlow, Todd Hearon, Jung Mi Lee & Jon Sakata
January 20 – April 15, 2017
Reception: Friday, January 20, 5-7 pm
Gallery Talk: Saturday, January 21, 10 am

Clew: The word can mean variously a ball of yarn, part of a ship's sail, and an expanse of wings. The most famous clew in Western culture was the ball of thread given to Theseus by Ariadne, used to guide the hero back through the labyrinth of the Minotaur. Over time clew has come to mean “a fact, circumstance, or principle which, being taken hold of and followed up, leads through a maze, perplexity, difficulty, intricate investigation” (OED). The labyrinth in that famous story is often a metaphor for what is baffling, complex and unfathomable. But a labyrinth can also suggest the mysterious and uncanny. Wandering through a maze—to be in a state of “amazement”—can be a rich and rewarding disorientation. When sailing in uncharted waters, the clew we need is one that brings us into proximity to the unknown and then back out again. Wings open and expand.

 Clew: A Rich and Rewarding Disorientation is an artistic collaboration that emulates the labyrinth with its confluences and unexpected turnabouts. Using overlays of music, poetry and visual arts, four artists give viewers and listeners new ways to see, hear and navigate a tripartite, intricately layered world. Within the setting of a physical gallery space, all three formats intermingle freely, and scheduled events shift the central focus from poetry to sound to the visual. Experienced individually or collectively, Clew compounds and expands into a journey of multidimensionality and surprise.

ASSEMBLY: Peggy Orenstein, author of Girls and Sex
9:50 AM - 10:20 AM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Academy Building

Ms. Orenstein will be interviewed by Exeter students in connection with her 2016 book, Girls and Sex: Navigating the Complicated New Landscape.

https://www.amazon.com/Girls-Sex-Navigating-Complicated-Landscape/dp/0062209744/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8
Visiting Classics Scholar, Dr. Ellen Oliensis, lunch seminar: An Episode of Augustan "Propaganda?"
12:30 PM - 1:35 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Academy Building

Visiting Classics Scholar, Dr. Ellen Oliensis, lunch seminar: An Episode of Augustan "Propaganda?"

An episode of Augustan “propaganda”?
In our final meeting we will reread the episode with the overtly Augustan elements of Apollo’s final speech in mind, devoting some attention to how this political dimension is bolstered or complicated by the readings developed in our earlier discussions.   

Girls V Lacrosse
5:30 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Athletic Department

Girls V Lacrosse vs St. Mark's School
Shabbat Services
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Phillips Church

Shabbat Service and Dinner
ESSO Youth Dance
6:30 PM - 7:15 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy

ESSO student volunteers teach a variety of dance steps and dance games to children in Grades K - 5.  Lessons are in the Davis Building 2nd floor dance studio.

Children MUST be pre-registered to participate.  Please click here to register.
Buddhist Meditation
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Phillips Church

Student Buddhist Meditation
Christian Fellowship
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Phillips Church

Christian Fellowship gathers to discuss scripture.
EVENING TALK: Peggy Orenstein, author of Girls and Sex: Navigating the Complicated New Landscape
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Peggy Orenstein will give a talk and take questions based on her 2016 book, Girls and Sex: Navigating the Complicated New Landscape. Her talk is co-sponsored by We the People, a town wide lecture and film series hosted by three local churches and the Water Street Bookstore.  

https://www.amazon.com/Girls-Sex-Navigating-Complicated-Landscape/dp/0062209744/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8
Adult Buddhist Meditation
8:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Phillips Exeter Academy - Phillips Church

Adult Buddhist Meditation

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