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Quad Day 2018
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Quad Day 2018

Tenzin Sharlung ’20 (Eaton Cottage) Our stall was a donut eating contest, which Eaton Cottage has done for the past two Quad Days. My favorite part was seeing friends hilariously compete and struggle just for the fun of it. Neil Thorley ’19 (Taylor House) The community atmosphere is really fun – a lot of games,…

Dedication Officially Renames the Great Quad as the Richard T. Greener Quadrangle
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Dedication Officially Renames the Great Quad as the Richard T. Greener Quadrangle

September 29 marked the dedication of the Great Quads as the Richard T. Greener Quadrangle. Faculty, alumni, and students gathered in front of Samuel Phillips Hall to commemorate the renaming of the Quad. Head of School John Palfrey deemed the Greener Quad as “our school’s most precious patch of land” during the ceremony. According to…

Pink Hair Extensions Raise Awareness for Breast Cancer
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Pink Hair Extensions Raise Awareness for Breast Cancer

Across campus, teachers are sporting bright pink streaks in their hair to support people affected by breast cancer. These hair extensions were put in on September 30, when families of faculty and staff were invited to a stand set up in Pine Knoll to receive the colorful additions. Tara Molloy, a hairdresser at Vero Salon…

Field Hockey Defeats Governors and Tabor, Maintains Undefeated Record
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Field Hockey Defeats Governors and Tabor, Maintains Undefeated Record

Abby Otterbein PG ’19 retained control of the ball on the offensive circle, dodged Tabor’s goaltender and found the back of the net. Otterbein’s goal was the first of two in Andover’s hard-fought 2-1 victory over Governor’s on Wednesday. Andover also faced Tabor on Friday, winning 3-1 and pushing their season record to 5-0.  In…

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