David Myers, Associate Director of Technology and Computer Science Teacher, answers the question, "Why do you like doing the things you do at St. Andrew's?"
Listen to some of the recent talks given by students, faculty, staff, parents, and guests, at services held in the A. Felix duPont Memorial Chapel.
2017 Distinguished Alum Cristy Colon '87 gave this Chapel Talk on her experience at St. Andrew's, and how both its positives and negatives shaped her character long after graduation.
Head of School Tad Roach gave the following Chapel Talk after the School's annual Thanksgiving dinner, and shares his reflections on the "radical love" and action of Civil Rights activist and leader Diane Nash, who spoke to the School community earlier this year.
Associate Head of School Will Speers recalls moments of fear in his life and wrestles with the question of: what can we do when we're scared?
Classics and English teacher Phil Walsh delivers this All Saints Day Chapel Talk on how a review of his recently published book falsely pigeonholed him as a certain kind of person, and how that experience helped him see the "danger of a single story," in the words of Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.
In this Parents Weekend Chapel Talk, current parent Mercedes Abramo P'18 shares essential habits—learned from her own career in business leadership—for developing a "human community" in your own particular ecosystem, wherever that may be.
Dean of Students Will Robinson talks about the impact Wednesday night Chapel services had on him as a student at St. Andrew's, and how his understanding of God has evolved throughout his adult life.
History Department Chair Emily Pressman gives a rousing Chapel Talk on the roots of her own love of history and the work of civil rights activist Diane Nash, and urges us to ask ourselves: "What can I do?"
Dean of Teaching & Learning Elizabeth Roach speaks candidly about the joys of growing up in a "feminist household", the challenges of her own experiences with sexism, and the need for collaboration across gender in the fight for social equality.
Dean of Diversity Education Giselle Furlonge gives a Wednesday night Chapel Talk about how she works to remember the words of Matthew 6:25 and be present in her busy and sometimes overwhelming days as a new mother, teacher, advisor, and dorm parent.
Math teacher Bowman Dickson shares the motivations and memories behind his long-distance running habit, and explains why we're all capable of running our own personal marathons.
In this opening Wednesday night Chapel Talk of the 2017-18 school year, retired Bishop Bud Shand calls for radical empathy and love for all members of our human family.
In this Mein Chapel Talk, Graduating senior Rachel Sin '17 writes a farewell letter to St. Andrew's and recalls the small moments of discovery and growth she's experienced during her time here.
Shortly before graduation, VI Form student Hannah Beams '17 digs up a time capsule she'd buried at the end of her freshman year—and wonders how she can ever truly preserve all of her memories of St. Andrew's.
Harrison Foley '17 gives a Mein Chapel Talk on how St. Andrew's has helped him learn to be comfortable with "being yourself"—and that it's okay not to know exactly what "being yourself" means just yet.
In this Mein Chapel Talk, VI Form student Kya Bunn '17 shares the ways in which the Pell Common room has impacted her life, and the lives of so many other female students, during her four years at SAS.
On Sunday of our 2017 Arts Weekend, VI Form parent Vik Malhotra P'17 delivered this Chapel talk on the four habits of character he believes are required for great leadership.
Retiring French teacher Diahann Johnson delivers her last Chapel Talk of her tenure at St. Andrew's. In it, she reflects on her experiences as the first African-American women to join St. Andrew's teaching faculty.
Trustee and current parent Betsy Cahill P'11,'12,'19 gave this Friday afternoon Chapel Talk on the importance of pursuing habits of humility in our ambitious and self-promotional world.
In this Wednesday night Chapel Talk, Math teacher and boys basketball coach Sam Permutt shares anecdotes from his time playing professional basketball in Israel, and what that experience taught him about the importance of living in service to others—of living in love.