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Commentary: AMexican Dream
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Commentary: AMexican Dream

I remember breathing in the air of Mexico City — the seventh largest city in the world, thirteen times larger than Boston — a sprawling metropolis of hustle, color, street food condensing into smoke, and dreamers longing for greener grass. Now, this new country of mine is frozen in the midst of a debate, the…

Students Explore Scientific Boundaries at Annual American Astronomical Society Meeting
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Students Explore Scientific Boundaries at Annual American Astronomical Society Meeting

Nine students from the Astronomy Research class (Physics-530) and two faculty members attended the annual American Astronomical Society (AAS) meeting in Seattle, Washington last week from January 6 to 10. According to Caroline Odden, Instructor in Physics, the AAS meeting is the biggest meeting in the United States of professional astronomers every year, with around…

Andover Boys Swimming Defeats Peddie For Second Year in History, One Year Since Its First Victory
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Andover Boys Swimming Defeats Peddie For Second Year in History, One Year Since Its First Victory

After a 133-53 victory over Loomis Chaffee at home on December 8, the Andover Boys Swimming & Diving team traveled to New Jersey on Saturday, sweeping the meet to claim its second win ever over Peddie with a score of 119-51. Last year at a tri-meet against Suffield and Peddie, Andover defeated Peddie for the…

Miles McCain ’19 and Jeffrey Shen ’19 Pinpoint Russian Disinformation in Independent Project
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Miles McCain ’19 and Jeffrey Shen ’19 Pinpoint Russian Disinformation in Independent Project

During the United States 2016 presidential election, the Russian government carried out a massive disinformation campaign that reached more than 150 million people. By introducing a machine learning model that they created, Miles McCain ’19 and Jeffrey Shen ’19 explored this topic in their Independent Project (IP), which they presented on Wednesday in the Underwood…

Living in The Present: Alexis Santos Speaks on Mindfulness
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Living in The Present: Alexis Santos Speaks on Mindfulness

Alexis Santos, a former Buddhist Monk and mindfulness teacher, ­­spent several years mastering meditation and mindfulness. Today, he finds joy in providing a more accessible approach of the subject for the mental development of others. On January 11, Santos presented on ways to incorporate mindfulness and meditation into everyday life in Kemper Auditorium. His presentation,…

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