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MOSAIC Provides Community for Multiracial Students
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MOSAIC Provides Community for Multiracial Students

[MOSAIC] is a place on campus where I feel like I belong. Although people are from different backgrounds, races, and ethnicities, everyone can relate to the experiences and difficulties of living as a mixed race individual,” said Sadie Cheston Harris ’20, a member of MOSAIC, Andover’s affinity group for multiracial students, in an interview with…

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Online Classes: A Possible Solution for Future Snow Days

In the past week, Andover  sudents have trekked through bitter winds and heavy snowfall to make it to class. The now-passed “Bomb Cyclone” brought up the question of safety for not only boarders, but day students as well, who must commute to attend classes on campus. With more frequent use of technology in classrooms, some…

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Caroline Nolan to Leave Tang Institute Next Year

At the end of this academic year, Caroline Nolan will be leaving her position as the Currie Family Director of the Tang Institute. Nolan has been involved with the Tang Institute, then referred to as the Andover Institute, since its development and founding in October 2013. Head of School John Palfrey said, “I have worked…

From ‘Whitewash’ Jones to Luke Cage: Ndiokho  Analyzes Black Comic Book History
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From ‘Whitewash’ Jones to Luke Cage: Ndiokho Analyzes Black Comic Book History

Ms. Everytime, Proctor by day and activist by night, uses her powers of time-travel to undo oppression one injustice at a time. A group of participants created this superhero for Emily Ndiokho ’18, this year’s Barbara Landis Chase CAMD Scholar, during her workshop and presentation, “Super Black: An Analysis of the History and Evolution of…

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