Head of School John Palfrey and Harvard Researcher Urs Gasser moderate a conversation on the lives of tech-savvy teenagers.
What does it mean to be born digital? How are adults and children navigating the ever-evolving and complex technological landscape of modern life? Are students spending too much time on devices or are they using modern innovations to develop crucial life skills? Phillips Academy Head of School John Palfrey and Harvard Researcher Urs Gasser have spent years researching these topics and you might be surprised at what they’ve discovered.
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Lieutenant Commander Laurie Coffey ’95 and Commander Becky Dowling Calder ’94 sit down for a conversation on basketball, the Navy, flying F/A-18s and choosing lives of service.
Non sibi—not for self: The motto is inscribed on Andover’s seal, the Naval Academy’s chapel and in the minds of two women who were classmates at both. Commander Becky Dowling Calder ’94 and Lieutenant Commander Laurie Coffey ’95, two of Phillips Academy’s legendary athletes, could have played college basketball anywhere they wanted. They each chose Annapolis and went on to fly F/A-18 Hornets at the highest level, selflessly serving and protecting our country for the past 20 years. Why? How did Andover prepare them for the rigors of military life and contribute to their successes?
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