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Ethnic Food Bazaar Sizzles As Students Share Culture

It was not just the gumbo that was hot in the Underwood Room last Sunday, as a hundred students got together for an Ethnic Bazaar celebrating food from their native countries. Dean of Community and Multicultural Development Bobby Edwards, whose kitchen served as the cooking headquarters on the morning of the event said “It was…

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Calendar Changes Finalized for 2004-05

Thanksgiving Break has been shortened and several long weekends eliminated from the 2004-2005 academic calendar. The changes, which were proposed in order to adress the shortening of the time that school will be in session because of the placement of Labor Day and Yom Kippur, come after the deliberation of the Deans’ Council. The fourth…

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Need Networking? Alumni Big Shots Come Back and Dish

Award winning New England Patriots coach Bill Bellichick ’71, ABC News correspondent John Berman ’90, and anti-tobacco activist Kathy Mulvey, among others, will visit campus next month in a special program to speak to students about their careers. The program, called Broadening Horizons, is organized by members of the Alumni Council to expose students to…

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Juniors Experience Joys Of Biology 100, Dorm Life

fter completing half of their first year at Phillips Academy, many juniors feel their social lives are going well, though most say that their parents have not yet adjusted to their absence from home. Michael Jiang How have you adjusted to Andover? The first part of the year was a bit a hard, but as…

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