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Dalton Promotes Book On Book TV and C-SPAN 2

As part of a two-month, nationwide publicity campaign for the recently published Theodore Roosevelt: A Strenuous Life, Phillips Academy Instructor in History and Social Science Kathleen Dalton appeared before a national television audience in a Barnes and Noble Booksellers branch in Walnut Creek, California, in last weekend’s Book TV and C-SPAN2 broadcast of a December…

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OAR Shifts Focus, Hires Young Alumni Director Savino

Looking to forge stronger ties with young alumni, the Phillips Academy Office of Academy Resources (OAR) has hired Assistant Director of Alumni Affairs Jenny Savino to lead Young Alumni Programs in hopes of maintaining connections with recent graduates attending college. Ms. Savino hopes to develop stronger programs for mentoring and career networking and wants to…

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Saudi Prince’s $500k Gift Attracts Media Coverage

Saudi Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal has sparked a stream of controversy and media attention after donating $500,000 to the Phillips Academy George H. W. Bush ’42 Scholarship Fund. Bin Talal, the sixth richest man in the world according to Forbes magazine, attempted to donate $10 million to the September 11th fund in 2001. Former New…

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Chase Enjoys Sabbatical at U.C. Berkeley

Spending time studying in a picturesque beachside city with friends and family may not sound like the typical job description of a Phillips Academy Head of School. These activities, however, have become the major focus of Head of School Barbara Chase’s daily routine since she began her sabbatical in the fall. Mrs. Chase is enjoying…

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