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The Phillipian

By Henry DeRuff — 6/5/2014

A couple of weeks ago, Rev Gardner asked me to make introductory comments at the Baccalaureate Service. I was honored to have the opportunity and of course accepted. As it turns out, I cannot be there, so I have chosen instead to address all of you by way of The Phillipian.

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By Stephen Moreland — 6/8/2014
I have always been one to push deadlines to their limit, to wait until the last minute to finish something. I wrote research papers the night before they were due. I drafted editorials minutes before...
By Sharon Zhang — 6/8/2014
I watched my cursor blink, steady and sure of itself, resisting the urge to hurl my laptop across the room. How was I supposed to tell my parents that I wanted out, that I was done with this school...
By Alex-Maree Roberts — 6/8/2014
Trying to write this reflection reminds me very much of a passage I once wrote about a computer cursor. I described the accusatory blinking line because it was all I could think of. The problem now,...
By Adèle Bernhard — 6/8/2014
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By Janani Hariharan — 6/8/2014
If an Andover career were to be compared to differentiation in calculus, we would plot a large, intermittently curvy graph resembling something between the likes of an even wave and a toddler’s...
By Mihika Sridhar — 6/8/2014
Half an hour before I sat down to write this article, I was lying on my bed staring at the wall, terrified at everything I had to accomplish on this particularly busy Sunday. But here I am, writing...
By Meera Bhan — 6/8/2014
Andover has been a part of my daily life since I started nursery school. Every morning, I would sit in the back of my mother’s car wearing my pearly white sneakers and stare out the window on the...
By Jerry Li — 6/8/2014
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