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Musical Ensemble Conspirare Spreads Message of Love During ASM
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Musical Ensemble Conspirare Spreads Message of Love During ASM

On October 12, 1998, college student Matthew Shepard died after being abducted and beaten by two men in Laramie, Wyo.. Composer Craig Hella Johnson and his Grammy Award-winning choral ensemble Conspirare tell Shepard’s story in the musical work ‘Considering Matthew Shepard.’ Johnson and Conspirare performed excerpts from the work and discussed its significance at Wednesday’s…

National Coming Out Day and the 30th Anniversary of Gender Sexuality Alliance (G.S.A.) on Campus
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National Coming Out Day and the 30th Anniversary of Gender Sexuality Alliance (G.S.A.) on Campus

In celebration of the thirtieth anniversaries of both National Coming Out Day and Andover’s Gender Sexuality Alliance (G.S.A.), G.S.A. hosted a coming out panel at which members of the community shared their own coming out experiences. Marisela Ramos, Instructor in History and Social Science and LGBTQIA+ Adult Coordinator, organized the hour-long event on October 11….

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David Fox Presents ‘Perceptions of Color: Seeing And Being in The Racialized World’

The video of Eric Garner’s suffocation depicts white police officers putting Garner, a black man, in a chokehold. When these videos surface, different people will interpret the situation in dramatically different ways, according to David Fox, Instructor in English and Interdisciplinary Studies. Fox examines these interpretations in his presentation, “Perceptions of Color: Seeing and Being…

The Nest Finds New Home in Gelb Science Center
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The Nest Finds New Home in Gelb Science Center

Outfitted with gadgets such as a virtual reality headset and multiple 3-D printers, The Nest allows the Andover community to manifest their ideas in real life by using the variety of tools available. The Nest, whose previous home was in the basement of the Oliver Wendell Holmes Library (OWHL), has been temporarily relocated to Gelb…

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