The Phillipian

By Taryn Gangi — 10/16/2014

When I think of Andover, I think of a gray, desolate place in which every day is more miserable than the last. It is a place where the late nights and lack of sleep wither me down to virtually nothing and the overload of work bears me down with a weight so heavy that most days I don’t think I’ll...

By Cecelia Vieira — 10/17/2014
After reading The Phillipian Commentary Section’s spread last week on mental illness at Andover, I was struck by the lack of voices from students new to Andover. Although the transition renders them...
By Meghan Tucker — 10/17/2014
One of Andover’s best attributes is also one of its most convoluted — the 120 student-run clubs and organizations. Each year, the club rally, held in Flagstaff Courtyard, is followed by an...
By Sharon Zhang — 10/17/2014
This year, Andover has already seen an increased focus on environmentalism and sustainability. New programs like the ECOs (Environmental Coordinating Officers), the Clutch Collaborative’s “Fall...
By Claire Tao — 10/3/2014
By Noble Ohakam — 10/3/2014
By Alex-Maree Roberts — 10/3/2014
By Zizo Bahnasy — 10/10/2014
Andover actively encourages its students to believe in what they want to believe. Unfortunately, the topics of religion, religious diversity and religious discrimination rarely find their way into...
By Gayathri Krishna — 10/10/2014
White light and black stars: that’s what I saw as my head, throbbing with pain, spun from the sudden impact of a wildly swung oar during crew practice. A few hours later, I was in Isham Health Center...
By Cem Vardar Phillipian Columnist — 10/10/2014
Although the majority of the Andover student body identifies with a specific religion, faith often finds itself lost in the background of conversations on our campus. The 2014 Strategic Plan...
By Alex-Maree Roberts — 9/26/2014
By Cem Vardar Phillipian Columnist — 9/26/2014
By Frank Geng — 9/19/2014

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