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Lunar New Year Dinner Celebrates Diverse Traditions with Performance, Presentations, and Platters
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Lunar New Year Dinner Celebrates Diverse Traditions with Performance, Presentations, and Platters

The Lunar New Year dinner celebration began with a dance to upbeat traditional Indian music, performed by four members of the Asian dance club “Footsteps.” They complemented the fast-paced rhythms with rapid steps, changing their formations and echoing each other’s moves. As the music faded out, the four performers ended their dance at this year’s…

Andover Wrestling Wins 37 Matches at Tournament
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Andover Wrestling Wins 37 Matches at Tournament

After his match proceeded into triple overtime, first-year wrestler Arnav Bhakta ’22 defeated his opponent from Thayer at the Northern Invitational Tournament on Saturday. At the tournament, Andover Wrestling had a total of six Northern New England Champions, two of which claimed their titles as first-year wrestler. The team won the tournament with a score…

CAMD Scholar Natasha Singareddy ’19 Confronts Anti-Black Sentiment in Indian-American Communities
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CAMD Scholar Natasha Singareddy ’19 Confronts Anti-Black Sentiment in Indian-American Communities

The public discussion on the relationship between white and black people significantly overshadow that between the black and Indian community, according to Natasha Singareddy ’19. As a Community and Multicultural Development (CAMD) Scholar, Singareddy presented her research paper titled, “Is the Price Right?: Confronting the History and Implications of Anti-Blackness in Indian-American Communities,” in Kemper…

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