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Andover Evacuates Due to Nearby Gas Leak
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Andover Evacuates Due to Nearby Gas Leak

All members of the Andover community — students, faculty, faculty children, and staff — evacuated campus buildings at 5:14 p.m. this Thursday, due to a gas leak affecting the towns of Lawrence, North Andover, and Andover. After gathering on the Great Lawn, the Andover community proceeded to the Smith Center and Cage for shelter, food,…

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All School Meeting: ‘Just Love and Be Loved in Return’

“The greatest thing you’ll ever learn is just to love and be loved in return,” said Student Body Co-President Keely Aouga ’19, quoting a line from Nat King Cole’s “Nature Boy.” Along with Co-President Nick Demetroulakos ’19, Aouga spoke at the Andiver’s first All School Meeting (ASM) this Wednesday, September 12. This first ASM also…

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New Sykes Initiatives Emphasize Student Input

The Rebecca M. Sykes Wellness Center is often seen as a place where students go if they are in need of physical or mental support, explains Jill Winnett, Wellness Center Program Coordinator. This year, however, Winnet and other members of the Sykes team hope to expand this perception by drawing more student involvement to complement…

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Carissa Yip ’21 Wins U.S. Girls Chess Championship

Carissa Yip ’21 was first seed at the 2018 United States Girls Chess Championship when she lost an important match. Suddenly, Yip’s dream of winning seemed further away. But with determination and years of chess experience, Yip eventually placed first and took home the championship.  Yip competed at the U.S. Girls Chess Championship that took…

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