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Musical Ensemble Conspirare Spreads Message of Love During ASM

On October 12, 1998, college student Matthew Shepard died after being abducted and beaten by two men in Laramie, Wyo.. Composer Craig Hella Johnson and his Grammy Award-winning choral ensemble Conspirare tell Shepard’s story in the musical work ‘Considering Matthew Shepard.’ Johnson and Conspirare performed excerpts from the work and discussed its significance at Wednesday’s...
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National Coming Out Day and the 30th Anniversary of Gender Sexuality Alliance (G.S.A.) on Campus

In celebration of the thirtieth anniversaries of both National Coming Out Day and Andover’s Gender Sexuality Alliance (G.S.A.), G.S.A. hosted a coming out panel at which members of the community shared their own coming out experiences. Marisela Ramos, Instructor in History and Social Science and LGBTQIA+ Adult Coordinator, organized the hour-long event on October 11....

Commentary

Commentary

Commentary: Running Into the Rain

Cross country is a sport that never stops. Whether it be a blazing summer day or a chilly autumn afternoon, we always hit the trail sparing little regard for the sweat that will drench us. As one of my forerunners used to say, there have been times when the team would wish for earthquakes, divine...
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Commentary: Learned Labels

Many of us have heard impassioned arguments about “learning styles.” Whether determined by online quizzes, personal reflection, or teachers’ judgement, students all over the world know if they are auditory, visual, hands-on, or reading learners. These distinct categories often shape their study habits and academic choices. Yet a large body of research suggests that constraining...
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Commentary: The Chinese Tourist Phenomenon

When people imagine ideal tourists, the polite and respectful ones, massive hoards of Chinese tourists are definitely not what comes to mind. There is a pervasive yet unspoken stereotype surrounding Chinese tourists that regards them as rude, culture-disrespecting, and pushy. Chinese tourists are painted as people who know nothing about the refined practices of Western...

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Arts

Arts

Book Review: “Moonglow” by Michael Chabon

“I’m disappointed in myself. In my life. All my life, everything I tried, I only got halfway there. You try to take advantage of the time you have. That’s what they tell you to do. But when you’re old, you look back and you see all you did, with all that time, is waste it....

Editorial

Editorial

Money Does Not Trump Principle

Former Saudi Arabian journalist, Washington Post columnist, and author, Jamal Khashoggi, was last seen alive two weeks ago while entering the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul, Turkey. His disappearance has resulted in jarring reports by the media, including assumptions about a possible kidnapping and gruesome murder, as well as global speculation as to what really happened...

The Eighth Page

The Eighth Page

Phillipian Satire: Rejected Grasshopper Acts

Mr. Palfrey Softly Singing “Africa” by Toto While Being Hoisted By Flocks of Doves. A Freshman Doing Tricks in Heelies While Tweaking on Freebase Caffeine. The Muppets Cover of “The Andover Song.” Your Mom Yelling on Stage About How Disappointed She and Father Are With You. The Smallest Freshman You’ve Ever Seen Doing Fortnite Dances...