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George H. W. Bush ’42 in The Phillipian
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George H. W. Bush ’42 in The Phillipian

While at Andover, George H. W. “Poppy” Bush’s ’42 name was featured in The Phillipian at least 100 times. Below are clippings dating from 1937 to 1942 that include coverage on Bush’s roles as soccer, basketball, and baseball player, Captain of Boys Soccer and Baseball, Phillipian Associate Editor, and Student Council Member. Scroll to read…

Spirit Week: GO BIG BLUE
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Spirit Week: GO BIG BLUE

Spirit Week allows the student body to express their excitement for A/E Weekend. Monday: Cluster Wars Students wore bright hues in a colorful display of cluster pride: red for West Quad North (WQN), orange for West Quad South (WQS), yellow for Flagstaff (FLG), green for Pine Knoll (PKN), and blue for Abbot (ABB). Tyler Murphy…

Service Beyond the Academy: Andover Presents Alumni Awards of Distinction
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Service Beyond the Academy: Andover Presents Alumni Awards of Distinction

Generations of Andover alumni took the stage at this week’s All-School Meeting (ASM), during which three Andover alumni were awarded the Andover Alumni Award of Distinction (AAAD). Over the course of two days, recipients of the AAAD were recognized through a podcast, a dinner event, and the ASM. The recipients this year were Michael Beschloss…

Cans4Kids Community Service Collects More Than 1000  Non-Perishable Foodstuffs Over Halloween
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Cans4Kids Community Service Collects More Than 1000 Non-Perishable Foodstuffs Over Halloween

Contrary to other traditions that take place on Halloween, Cans4Kids, a student-run community engagement club, hosted a different kind of “trick-or-treating.” Led by Eamon Garrity-Rokous ’20, almost 30 Andover students participated in Cans4Kids’s alternative to trick-or-treating by collecting over 1000 foodstuffs for charity.  According to Garrity-Rokous, the collected foodstuffs will later be donated to The…

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