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Field Hockey Shuts Out Middlesex After Second Loss of the Season
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Field Hockey Shuts Out Middlesex After Second Loss of the Season

After latching onto a tipped ball from Charlotte Welch ’18, Captain Beth Krikorian ’17 threaded a shot through the outstretched legs of the Middlesex goalie to cap off Andover’s 3-0 victory against Middlesex on Wednesday. This victory succeeded the team’s tough 4-0 loss to St. Paul’s on Saturday. Andover’s record now stands at 8-2. Having…

GSA Weekend: Marching for Meaning
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GSA Weekend: Marching for Meaning

“One, two, three, four, open up the closet door! Five, six, seven, eight, don’t assume your kids are straight!” chanted paraders as they held up colorful posters decorated with punny phrases. Marching from Paresky Commons and trooping all around campus, students and faculty participating in the Gender and Sexuality Alliance (G.S.A.) parade supported and raised…

‘Walk into the Light’ Vigil Shines Light on Mental Health
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‘Walk into the Light’ Vigil Shines Light on Mental Health

Illuminated by radiating blue light from glow sticks, students gathered around the Armillary Sphere, hand-in- hand, and stood in silence at the “Walk Into the Light” Vigil last Friday night. Active Minds, a club dedicated to spreading mental-health awareness and educating stu- dents on mental health related topics, hosted the event in hon- or of…

Who We Are: Cultures and Histories
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Who We Are: Cultures and Histories

After reading last week’s Letter to the Editor by Cindy Espinosa, it struck me that I’ve rarely heard discussions about African, Latinx, or Muslim culture among students on campus, even with recent cultural weekends and events. I try to be conscious of other cultures because, as a black student on campus, I know what it’s…

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