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Thumbnail   In discussing explorer Apsley Cherry-Garrard's account of a 1914 trek to the South Pole in search of a penguin egg, VI Form Advisor John Austin urges the graduates to journey through life in a continuous search of knowledge: "[C]onceive of yourself, as Cherry-Garrard and his companions did, as explorers rather than mere climbers. The world is full of climbers -- of men and women who want to go hi...
Thumbnail   Speaking to the Class of '06, chemistry teacher Jennifer Cottone advises that the "potential energy" of the graduates be used to live life with integrity and to face their future with optimism.
Thumbnail   In this Commencement Chapel Talk, History teacher Wilson Everhart, class of '95, counsels the Class of 2009 to, "Move on...sort of." Advice to move on to "passionate engagement" in "whatever community awaits" is tempered by advice to retain close bonds with the class that "knew you when."
Thumbnail   Speaking to the Class of '10, Assistant Director of Admissions Morgan Scoville, class of '00, advises the graduates to reflect on what the Chapel Program has given them over the course of their time at the School, and that "[s]pending time in this space reminds us that we are part of something bigger than ourselves and that we are capable of enhancing the lives of others and that it is the right a...
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