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A Look Into the Lives of Faculty Children
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A Look Into the Lives of Faculty Children

Jack Palfrey ’21 first moved to Andover six years ago when his father John Palfrey P’21 was named Head of School. He then, by default, became part of a specific group of students and children at Andover: the faculty kids. “My first friends here were faculty kids, and I still am close with many of…

Look of the Week:  Taryn John-Lewis ’18 Embraces  Eccentricity from All Era
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Look of the Week: Taryn John-Lewis ’18 Embraces Eccentricity from All Era

Wearing a blue cheetah print top paired with a beige, paisley print silk scarf, Taryn John-Lewis ’18 completes her outfit with a pair of metallic gold shoes. These bold pieces exemplify John-Lewis’s eccentric mix of contemporary and vintage fashion. “If you talk to my friends they’ll say that I’m a really offbeat and eccentric person,…

Max Davis ’19 and Vivien Qiao ’19 Pursue Passion in Aquaponics
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Max Davis ’19 and Vivien Qiao ’19 Pursue Passion in Aquaponics

With their project in aquaponics, Max Davis ’19 and Vivien Qiao ’19 are exploring environmentally-conscious agriculture. Terrence Xiao ’17, a recent Andover graduate, started the project during his Senior year as his Independent Project (IP) in biology. Davis and Qiao took on the responsibility after Xiao, who wanted the aquaponics system to continue at Andover…

“Where Are You From?”
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“Where Are You From?”

Turkey, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, and stuffing: the all-American meal. It was Family Weekend, and hundreds of families sat together in Smith Center, talking, eating, and enjoying each other’s company. As I savored the familiar and homey meal, the mother of a classmate turned to me smiling, and posed perhaps the most typical question asked…

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