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The Latest Alumni News

List of 4 news stories.

  • After Episcopal: Ali Shepard '08

    Henrietta, a turkey, is one of the newest additions to Burgundy Farm Country Day School and an ideal part of Ali Shepard’s ’08 work with children there. Ali graduated from Burgundy Farm in 2004 and now lives on campus at the independent school in Alexandria, Va., where she manages the farm comprised of one pig, one sheep, two miniature horses, three goats, four ducks, 20-something chickens, and three turkeys, including Henrietta, who’s a hit with the kids. “Henrietta is a lap turkey,” Ali says. “She loves affection.”
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  • After Episcopal: David Opie '86

    The career of freelance illustrator David Opie has led him from designing T-shirts for the Grateful Dead to illustrating children’s books. David’s passion for storytelling and his characters’ life and emotion are the perfect combination when it comes to children’s illustration.
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  • After Episcopal: Will Damron '05

    Will Damron is a frequent companion to the knowledge-hungry, entertainment-thirsty, multitasking consumer. He’s an audiobook narrator.
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  • Before Dartmouth, Lauryn King '17 studied in Germany and traveled in Europe, with stops including the John Lennon Wall in Prague.

    Making the Most of the Gap Year: Lessons From EHS

    In December of her senior year at Episcopal, Lauryn King ’17 found out she had been accepted to Dartmouth, her dream school. Yet no sooner had she victoriously closed out one application process then she began another.
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