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By Rebecca Somer — 1/22/2015

Fellow Phillipians – in this article, I hope to provide something of a “State of the Academy,” and to give you an understanding of where David Gutierrez ’15 and I, your Student-Body Co-Presidents, are now, since you elected us last spring. As elections for the 2015-2016 Co-Presidents come upon...

Coming from a household that limited online media intake, strongly discouraged social networking in general and most certainly did not allow phones at meals, Andover’s technological dependence was a...
By the end of fourth-period lunch last Tuesday, numerous brown baskets could be spotted dotting the tables in Paresky Commons. Although some students assumed the baskets were for the bones of their...
Mixed-race is the only word that can encapsulate the entirety of my broad ethnic heritage. My father is Ecuadorian, my mother is British and they have raised my two siblings and me in both traditions...
By Claire Gallou — 1/16/2015
By Carrie Ingerman — 1/16/2015
By Avery Jonas — 1/16/2015
“So, you’re half-Asian and half… what?” Not understanding, I stared back for a minute until I realized that my friend was asking about my ethnicity. “Asian,” I answered, and she laughed, saying, “...
Martin Luther King, Jr. (MLK) Day has got me thinking. Monday’s All-School Meeting speaker, Brian Gittens ’89, spoke about his experience protesting for a wider celebration of MLK Day at Andover one...
After the lack of indictment in the cases of Michael Brown and Eric Garner, two black men killed by white police officers, students flocked to Kemper Auditorium in December to listen to Professor...
By Emily Ndiokho — 1/9/2015
By Sewon Park — 1/9/2015
By Olivia Michaels — 1/9/2015

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