Featured Posts, News, Video / Apr 15, 2016 Exclusive: Dr. Jane Goodall Sits Down With The Phillipian

News Editors Annie Lee ’17 and Susan Yun ’17 sat down with Jane Goodall in an exclusive interview with The Phillipian.

Baseball, Featured Posts, Sports, Spring Sports / Apr 15, 2016 Baseball: Boys Notch Two Clean Sheets

With two outs in the top of the fifth inning, Andover Baseball sealed its 6-0 victory over Bridgton when Post-Graduate (PG) right fielder Nick Latham ’16 snagged a high fly ball to prevent a Bridgton grand slam.

Arts, Featured Posts, Video / Apr 15, 2016 ‘That’s So Raven’ and ‘Formation’: Strypno Fuses Hip-Hop and Jazz Dance Routines

As the lights of the Modern Dance Studio dimmed, four silhouettes – Sabrina Appleby ’17, Hannah Beaudoin ’17, Lydia Paris ’17, and Rosie Poku ’17 – took the stage in neon feather boas, tutus, sunglasses, and sequined tops.


Anonymous Disposal In Stimson: Fourth Dorm in Five Months

Giving students the opportunity to voluntarily dispose of contraband material without repercussions, Jennifer Elliott ’94, Dean of Students and Residential Life, and David Gardner, Dean of Pine Knoll Cluster, conducted a “anonymous disposal” of Stimson House for contraband material last Wednesday night. Residents of Stimson were asked by their house counselors to be in the…


Three Teams Pitch Apps in Technovation Challenge

After four months of coding and honing their presentation skills, three teams are tackling a challenge to build and present their own app in the international Technovation Challenge. The teams, SynTech, Serenity, and Thrively, are working alongside the Tang Institute and presented their ideas to the Andover community this past Wednesday. The Technovation Challenge is…


NestEd Speaker Utilizes Visual Aids to Promote Science Comprehension

For students who struggle to understand complex scientific topics, visual aids can often make a world of difference in promoting comprehension. NestEd speaker Gaël McGill, a professor at Harvard Medical School, is hoping to create more helpful science visualizations. McGill visited Andover on Wednesday night to present in The Nest, in the basement of the…


Relay for Life Encourages Cancer Awareness and Celebrates Survivors

The sight of three friends in a silent embrace stood out even amid the energy and music pulsating throughout the Case Memorial Cage during last Saturday’s Relay for Life. Relay for Life is a national event that aims to raise awareness and funds to support cancer research. The event usually lasts for 24 hours and…


Garden of Eaton Connects Botany with Math and God

As she does her Bible devotions every morning, Shawn Fulford, Instructor in Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Science, looks out to her garden from her living room, affectionately called a “sun room.” The garden, filled with blooming daffodils, tulips, and roses, brings Fulford a sense of tranquility. Fulford designed her garden in 2007 after she recovered…

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