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Thumbnail   This talk was given at the dedication of the Felix du Pont, Jr. Memorial Chapel. Headmaster Tad Roach recognizes the life, work and unflagging service of A. Felix duPont Jr. given to St. Andrew's School.
Thumbnail   In reflecting on the "concept of gratitude" Headmaster Tad Roach takes the listener through the learned levels of thankfulness, noting that "[l]earning the art and resonance of civility, gratitude and appreciation, we commit to an integration of the human family." Contains the poem "Those Winter Sundays" by Robert Hayden.
Thumbnail   In this talk, Tad reflects on Founders Day. Tad speaks of St. Andrew’s every day effort to find generous men and women who share his belief in St. Andrew’s and the transformational effect of financial aid. He refers to two students who have made enormous contributions to our community, that would not have had the opportunity to come to our school, had it not been for the commitment to our fina...
Thumbnail   In this Epiphany talk, Headmaster Tad Roach discusses William Faulkner's story "The Bear" to illustrate the idea of relinquishment in order to realize one's goals. In order to "glean the power and majesty of this place" and to ultimately "see the mystery, purpose, and meaning of life" Tad argues a case for living counter-culturally at St. Andrew's.
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