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Mark Lapolla ’78 and Head of School John Palfrey Examine Importance of Intellectual Diversity in Conversations on Climate Change
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Mark Lapolla ’78 and Head of School John Palfrey Examine Importance of Intellectual Diversity in Conversations on Climate Change

In a conversation about climate change, Head of School John Palfrey and Mark Lapolla ’78 touched upon the purpose of intellectual diversity and the ways in which Andover teachers can discuss climate change in the classroom. The main purpose of the conversation, which took place on Tuesday, was to discuss the benefits and drawbacks of…

‘The Ascent of Woman’:  Historian Amanda Foreman Addresses Lack of  Representation in Women’s History
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‘The Ascent of Woman’: Historian Amanda Foreman Addresses Lack of Representation in Women’s History

Citing the existence of Women’s History Month as evidence, biographer and historian Amanda Foreman claimed that women’s history has often been treated as a narrative independent from mainstream history. During her presentation last Friday, Foreman emphasized that women’s history fits into the larger narrative of human development, and that it therefore should not be trivialized….

Dorm Decorations Provide Glimpse into Boarder Life
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Dorm Decorations Provide Glimpse into Boarder Life

Many students spend hours decorating their dorm rooms, making their spaces as cozy as possible for their time at Andover. With the start of a new contest on campus, boarding students now have the opportunity to showcase their decked-out dorm rooms. The Andover Office of Communications has partnered with the Admissions Team in holding a…

U.S. Navy Destroyer  Commissioned After  Korean War Hero Thomas Hudner ’43
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U.S. Navy Destroyer Commissioned After Korean War Hero Thomas Hudner ’43

Celebratory cheers echoed throughout Boston as thousands of people gathered to watch the commissioning of the newly built Arleigh Burke class guided missile destroyer, named U.S.S. Thomas Hudner after Medal of Honor recipient Captain Thomas Hudner Jr. ’43. The ceremony, which took place at 10:00 a.m. on December 1, was traditional, impressive, and historical, according…

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