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Vacation Benefits

As I suddenly stirred from my afternoon nap, I found myself in a situation that could only be described as perfect. In a hammock beneath a palm tree, swaying back and forth with the sea breeze, I stared out at Bermuda’s turquoise waves splashing onto the pink sand. Although I’d like to say that I…

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Being Moved Moves Audience

Can you imagine transforming your movements into a set of connecting points and lines? Or choreographing an entire routine of dance moves to a tune, but having to create them without any music whatsoever? Dance 400, along with the Andover Dance Group, has been doing just that all year. In their performance titled “Being Moved,”…

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Frank Rebellion

Busy parents, salmon suits, military school, and yeast infections. An unlikely mix? Perhaps, but these were just some of the elements of last week’s theater classroom double feature. The performance began, after a breif lighting problem, with Brief Rebellion, directed by Megan Winn ’07. It was followed by Just be Frank directed by Nathaniel Flagg…

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The Starving Student

Move over Mootone, there’s a new (and more exciting) sushi spot in town. Yama Japanese Restaurant opened a month ago and has already caused a buzz on campus. With a large, pleasant room complete with an open sushi bar where you can watch the chefs dice your fish, a prime location in the old Pasta…

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Drum Speech

“You need to look at the roots before you look at the modern things,” said Mr. Graeme Griffith as he gestured at a slide show image of a rusty, yellow recycled drum. “Otherwise, it’s like looking at something machine knitted without looking at things that are hand-knitted.” True to his words, Mr. Griffith gave PA…

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