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University of Chicago President Robert Zimmer on Freedom of Expression in Academia
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University of Chicago President Robert Zimmer on Freedom of Expression in Academia

The University of Chicago (UChicago) prides itself on an institutional commitment to “free and open inquiry on all matters,” as stated on its website. Robert Zimmer, President of UChicago, joined Head of School John Palfrey          P’21 to discuss this commitment to freedom of expression in academic institutions. The talk took place…

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Faculty Reflect on Sabbaticals and Leaves of Absences

A sabbatical is a program in which faculty members, who have taught for at least six years at Andover, are funded to teach and learn from other faculty and cultures around the world. Similarly, a leave of absence allows teachers to travel and work with other faculty abroad; however, leaves of absence are not financially…

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Lorant Fellow Logan McLennan ’19 Presents On London Experience

As a young child, Logan McLennan ’19 underwent an open heart surgery that later inspired his interest in biomedicine. During this week’s All-School Meeting (ASM), McLennan, the winner of the 2018 Lorant Fellowship, shared his experience of working in a London hospital this summer. The Lorant Fellowship provides funding for one selected student to travel…

Blueprint Conference Hosts Professional Journalists and Interscholastic Attendees
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Blueprint Conference Hosts Professional Journalists and Interscholastic Attendees

Bright and early at 8:00 a.m. on Sunday morning, students filled Kemper Auditorium to learn about journalism from experienced journalists and The Phillipian staff members alike. Blueprint, an interscholastic journalism conference, consisted of a talk by a keynote speaker, a panel of professional journalists, and multiple student-run workshops. The event, run by The Phillipian, invited…

Fire in The Nest: Laser Cutter Sparks Flame
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Fire in The Nest: Laser Cutter Sparks Flame

The Nest allows students to build and create freely using a wide array of resources and tools. Last week on October 22, however, The Nest did not just spark creativity. A group of students was using the laser cutter when complications lead to a small fire. The situation was largely contained by Neil Thorley ’19,…

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