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The Phillipian

By Nancy Kim — 9/25/2014

For the first time since its conception six years ago, the popular Gelb Dance left a tangible disaster in its wake: Chand Sripad, the Chemistry Lab and Safety Supervisor, walked into the stockroom to find the shattered glass of lab equipment on the floor the day after the dance last February....

By Cem Vardar Phillipian Columnist — 9/26/2014
It is the beginning of the school year, and a new wave of students is preparing for the academic rigor of an Andover education. They may eagerly anticipate Andover’s world of opportunities. Perhaps...
By Alex-Maree Roberts — 9/26/2014
At 2 a.m., faced with an undiminishing pile of homework and diminishing levels of motivation and energy, it is easy to feel entirely alone against the workload. No matter how late it is, though, I...
By Cem Vardar — 9/19/2014
A new academic year may mean a fresh start with new attitudes, resolutions and opportunities down the road. Anyone who was at last week’s Club Rally would have recognized the madness involved in the...
By Alessa Cross — 9/12/2014
By Tyler Lian — 9/12/2014
By Mihika Sridhar — 6/8/2014
By Frank Geng — 9/19/2014
In last week’s Massachusetts primaries, New England residents were reminded of the merits of the democratic system when underdog Seth Moulton ’97 became Massachusetts’s Sixth Congressional District’s...
By Chaya Holch — 9/19/2014
Last spring, Andover ended its two-century-long relationship with the Andover Bookstore, instead choosing Follett, an online distributor of textbooks and other educational materials, as its main...
By Cem Vardar — 9/12/2014
One of the most vivid memories that I have of first setting foot on Andover’s campus is the image of the uncompromising, obelisk-like bell tower that rose in the distance with a blue timepiece on top...
By Sharon Zhang — 6/8/2014
By Alex-Maree Roberts — 6/8/2014
By Janani Hariharan — 6/8/2014