INDIA Back at Exeter!


Hey Future Exonians!

As I mentioned in one of my previous posts, I was one of ten students who was accompanied by ten Exeter faculty on a two week trip to India this past Spring Break. My experience in India changed my life. It gave me a fresh perspective on another culture and allowed me to document through photography memories for a lifetime.

Two weeks ago those who ventured India, gave an evening presentation in the library about our travels. We shared our experiences through photography, poetry, stories, illustrations, and some Indian cuisine. We were fortunate to present to a full-house.

This Friday, I look forward to sharing my experience again at our Headmaster’s house Mr. Hassan. Several students and faculty will dine with some Andover students who also traveled to India recently.

My experience in India and the opportunities it has allowed me back at campus is only one of the great and varied things I have been so fortunate to pursue at Exeter.



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About Natalie

*Hometown: Milwaukee, Wisconsin *Class: 2014 *Favorite Restaurant in Town: Stillwells Ice cream (I am from the dairy state!) *Favorite Assembly: Alexandra Wilkis Wilson (Exeter graduate and founder of GILT multi-million dollar fashion company) *Dream Profession: Editor in Chief of American Vogue *Favorite Hobbies Include: Photography, Traveling, and Singing 
Hello! My name is Natalie. I am 17 years old, an upper in Dunbar Hall, and reside in Milwaukee, WI. I grew up a global citizen traveling extensively throughout the United States and world. For almost half my life, I lived in New Zealand. Throughout my travels I never thought I would be so fortunate to attend Phillips Exeter Academy. Exeter, is a global community where students from all over the world unite their passions, history, and aspirations. At the Academy, I study Japanese (so should sign up!), have competed on the varsity field hockey, basketball, and golf teams, play a variety of instruments, take voice lessons, and partake in a myriad of volunteer work. The extra-curricular options here are endless! If you have an interest in something, chances are it's already here or you can start it up! Currently my favorite classes are Japanese and US History. I love the Harkness style (there is a reason other schools have copied Exeter). I am always engaged in class and truly enjoy learning in the school's exciting environment. Deciding to attend Exeter is the best decision I have ever made! I am so honored to call myself an Exonian!