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Field Hockey Nets 10 Goals in Two Games
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Field Hockey Nets 10 Goals in Two Games

With just 11 seconds left in the first half of Andover Field Hockey’s Wednesday game against Lawrence Academy, Jackie McCarthy ’19 carried the ball onto the field and launched it into the circle for Ashley Tucker ’18, who hit the ball out of the air and into the back of the net, securing a 2-0…

ASM to be Simulcasted in Kemper for Portion of Student Body
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ASM to be Simulcasted in Kemper for Portion of Student Body

Beginning this term, Underclassmen and Uppers from each cluster will take turns watching a livestream of All-School Meeting (ASM) in Kemper Auditorium due to lack of space in Cochran Chapel, according Dean of Students and Residential Life Jennifer Elliott ’94. Seniors will continue to observe ASM from the Chapel pews. “I think [space restrictions] mean…

Students Organize Blackout and  Phone-A-Thon to Protest DACA Repeal
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Students Organize Blackout and Phone-A-Thon to Protest DACA Repeal

Students and faculty, dressed in all-black, stood on the steps of Samuel Phillips Hall last Friday night to protest against government plans for rescinding the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. Organized by Out of the Blue (OOTB), the “blackout” sought to raise awareness and unite the school community against President Trump’s proposed repeal,…

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Andover’s Alphabet

Another year, another autumn, another hoard of Juniors to roam the paths in congested droves. There are some parts of the start of the Andover school year that seem to repeat themselves each September as we lean into days defined by brisk mornings and sweltering afternoons. Another batch of awkward name games, another day student…

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