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Vigil Held To Remember Parsley Massacre
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Vigil Held To Remember Parsley Massacre

Cradling plastic candles casting orange light in their hands, students stood solemnly on the steps of Samuel Phillips Hall to participate in the Border of Lights Vigil last Friday night. The event was held to give students a moment of silence to honor the lives lost in the Parsley Massacre. Started by Dominican writer Julia…

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Faculty Recital Shines Spotlight on Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Singing high, melodic notes as she began her first song, “Der Zauberer” by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Barbara Kilduff , soprano and voice instructor at Andover, stood tall on stage in a sparkling, floor length, sapphire gown. Her voice was accompanied by a harmonious piano melody played by Brian Moll, pianist and faculty member at the…

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Gelb Gallery Exhibit Shifts Shapes Into a Story

A man dressed in all black rides atop a wagon with yellow wheels pulled a white horse past onlookers. They stroll next to a thin fence in front of a dark gray building. Painted with rough strokes, the horse’s legs and neck blend into the blurry gray background which is dotted with dark shadows of…

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Professional Circus Troupe Returns to Light Up the Night

With the clash of two flaming swords, a shower of bright sparks flew into the air as the audience burst into cheers. The fire performers leapt across the stage and tossed their swords towards each other in a fire sword battle, illuminating the night last Friday on the Pine Knoll Cluster. “It was like something…

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Fall Festival Held Despite Inclement Weather

This year’s Fall Festival offered pony rides, caricatures, an inflatable wrecking ball, and a sports arena containing football and basketball-themed games at the back corner of the Gelb Lawn from 7:00 to 11:00 p.m. in spite of the rainy and cold weather. The Fall Festival hosted a variety of food options, including a stand serving…

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