Editorial

Editorial

In Truth We Trust

On Friday, September 21, “The New York Times” published a report revealing that Rod Rosenstein, Deputy Attorney General of the United States, had considered secretly wiring President Trump to convince his cabinet to invoke the 25th amendment, a move which would raise the possibility of impeachment. Since publication, the “Times” report has been repeatedly criticized…

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Can’t Lib Without It

Every returning Andover student knows exactly how essential the Oliver Wendell Holmes Library (OWHL) was to nearly every facet of student life. It served as both a social space for students to pass time during free periods or after eating lunch as well as a collaborative and silent study space. All of these services were…

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Conscious Consumerism

“Believe in something. Even if it means sacrificing everything.” Chances are, you’ve seen these words plastered over ex-NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s face over the past few weeks. They’ve been in the national spotlight since September 5, when Nike announced Kaepernick as one of the faces of their “Just Do It” 30-year anniversary campaign. Kaepernick sparked…

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Ending the Year Together

Looking back on this school year, we realize that much of it has been marked by hardship and sadness. Throughout the year, however, we have also all chose togetherness in the face of that pain. We came together after an unthinkable tragedy. This fall, we lost one of our own, and words can’t do justice…

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About “DAMN.” Time

On Monday, April 16, Kendrick Lamar won the Pulitzer Prize for Music for his 2017 album “DAMN.” This was the first time in the award’s 75-year history that the recognition has gone to an artist outside the genres of classical or jazz music. Particularly after losing the Grammy Award for Album of the Year, considered…

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