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New Renovation Plans for Pearson Hall

In this week’s Letter to the Editor, Head of School John Palfrey announced a change in the plans to renovate Pearson A, a classroom in Pearson Hall, for the Academic Skills Center (ASC). With the new plan, Pearson A will remain in its current state and used for courses, the ASC will replace the Tang…

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Economist Megan Greene ’97 Provides Insight on U.S. Economy

When economist Megan Greene ’97 arrived on campus in 2003 as a Teaching Fellow in German and History, she had spent a year as a financial consultant advising England’s royal family. Greene returned to campus Monday night to talk about the state of the current American economy and her strategies looking toward the future. Greene…

After 29 Issues, CXL Bids Farewell to the Newsroom
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After 29 Issues, CXL Bids Farewell to the Newsroom

This paper marks the first issue of The Phillipian, vol. CXLI. Following The Phillipian’s board turnover last week, CXL’s Upper Management, Editors, and Managers have departed from the Newsroom. Reflecting on the past year working with CXL, former President Rudd Fawcett ’18 expressed pride for the work of CXL and appreciation for time spent with…

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Matt Cline ’19 Qualifies for World Debate Championships

On the day of the qualifying debates for the world championships, Matthew Cline ’19 thought that he had not made the cut because he placed third overall. But the day after, while examining the judges’ ballots, Cline found that there had been a calculation error in the points. Finding this mathematical error led Cline to…

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Hunger Banquet to Simulate Disparities in Socioeconomic Class

Each person who walks through the door of the Oxfam Hunger Banquet will be handed a lottery ticket that will determine their socioeconomic class for the night. The event will be hosted by Andie Pinga ’19 and Mangai Sundaram ’19, the co-heads of the Andover FoodMatters Club. It will be free to all members of…

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