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Andover Celebrates World Interfaith Harmony Week Started by the United Nations
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Andover Celebrates World Interfaith Harmony Week Started by the United Nations

Established by the United Nations, World Interfaith Harmony Week serves to promote harmony and tolerance between different religions, faiths, and beliefs, according to an email sent by Jennifer Elliott ’94, Assistant Head of School for Residential Life and Dean of Students. Celebrated in the first week of February, World Interfaith Harmony Week encourages the commonality…

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“Be Open to Radically Different Points of View”: Nathan Robinson Explains the Merits of Democratic Socialism

With the rise of self-described democratic socialist politicians like Senator Bernie Sanders and Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the Democratic Party has seen an unprecedented leftward shift in recent years. Nathan Robinson, founder and Editor-in-Chief of “Current Affairs” Magazine and Ph.D. candidate in Sociology and Social Policy at Harvard University, addressed the significance of this political realignment…

2019 Student-Body Copresident Candidates
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2019 Student-Body Copresident Candidates

Eby McKenzie ’20 and Aidan Barber ’20 McKenzie: “The two of us, our motivation was to help the students have a voice. I have been seeing how many students are upset with the new sign-in rules and students don’t like how faculty are deciding things for them. So I think coming in, I wanted to…

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Kaitlin Lim ’20 and Anjalie Kini ’19 Receive Aspirations in Computing Award

The National Council for Women & Information Technology (Ncwit) awards the Aspirations in Computing Award to young women at the high school level for their achievements in computer science and technology. Anjalie Kini ’19 and Kaitlin Lim ’20 were the recipients of the Massachusetts Regional Affiliate Award for this year’s program. Maria Litvin, Instructor in…

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Andy Xu ’19, Justin Chang ’19, and Kevin Hou ’19 Recognized as Regeneron Science Talent Search Semi-Finalists

Andy Xu ’19, Justin Chang ’19, and Kevin Hou ’19 were selected as semi-finalists of the Regeneron Science Talent Search (Regeneron S.T.S.) on January 9 and officially received their certificates as S.T.S. Scholars this past week. Regeneron S.T.S. is one of the most esteemed math and science research competitions in the nation, according to its…

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