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Ableism Was Never Entertained
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Ableism Was Never Entertained

Last week, Anna Lopez ’19 and Sarika Rao ’19 published the article “Don’t Be an Audience to Ableism.” Their article argued the frequent discrimination of people with mental and physical disabilities in film, specifically the inaccurate portrayal of Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) in M. Night Shyamalan’s Split. While I agree that people with disabilities should…

New Community T-Shirt Printer Arrives at the OWHL
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New Community T-Shirt Printer Arrives at the OWHL

Within months of arriving on campus as a new Lower, Louis Aaron ’18 already had plans for finding a way to provide students their own industrial-grade t-shirt printer. After receiving an Abbot Academy Association (AAA) Grant for 18,000 dollars last fall, Aaron’s plan was realized and the new printer can now be found in the…

Look of the Week: Melanie Singh ’18 Embodies “New York, New York” with Modern Style
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Look of the Week: Melanie Singh ’18 Embodies “New York, New York” with Modern Style

Sporting a classic combination of a leather jacket, white t-shirt, and dark wash jeans, Melanie Singh ’18 adds a characteristic flair to her outfit with a gold choker and emoticon-adorned nude sneakers. For Singh, this outfit embodies her individualistic and contemporary style. “One of my favorite things that I own is this very simple, black…

Two Tight Boys Hockey Games End in Draws
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Two Tight Boys Hockey Games End in Draws

Cole Quisenberry ’18 curled off the half wall and ripped a snap shot towards the right side of the net, scoring against Belmont Hill’s goalie on Friday night. Ultimately, the game ended in a 3-3 tie for Andover Boys Hockey. Along with a 3-2 loss to Dexter Southfield on Saturday, and another 3-3 tie with…

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