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Weinberg Reflects on Art and the Addison

The Phillipian caught up with Adam Weinberg during his last few days as Director of the Addison Gallery of American Art. Mr. Weinberg is leaving the Addison to become Director of the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City. Sitting in his Addison office, an art buff’s ideal work space (red leather couch,…

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St. Louis ’05 Writes A Capella Arrangements

As the end of the last academic year approached, it was evident to all members that InSkip, the well known, student-run a capella group, needed an influx of new music. Already interested in creating a capella arrangements of songs, new lower Andy St. Louis ’05 searched for a solution that would help the group, as…

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Orientation Provides First Glimpse of PA Theater

A week after new student orientation began, members of the Andover Theater and Dance Department gave a short sample of the different offerings of the Department. The event, which recurred throughout Saturday morning, offered a rollicking good time for all who attended. Starting the morning off with some wild times and audience involvement was Andover’s…

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Zemlin Sculpts Her Own Artform at Andover

Instructor in Art Therese Zemlin brought with her a unique perspective on art and philosophy when she came to the Andover campus last year. Primarily a sculptor, Zemlin provides a new and fresh perspective to the Andover art scene. Phillipian: What brought you to PA? T.Z.: I had been teaching at the college level for…

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Student A Capella Groups Grow in Popularity

A cappella groups are blossoming throughout campus: the three existing ones are thriving, and two new groups, including one out of Rockwell House composed entirely of freshman boys, have already formed this fall. Sure, Fidelio’s great. But since when did a cappella become such a big part of campus life? The Fidelio Society, PA’s oldest…

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