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Punishments Established For Bandwidth Violations

Phillips Academy Dean of Students Marlys Edwards announced to the student body last Wednesday the specific disciplinary responses to misuse of the Internet and the community network. This move represents the first time in the Phillips Academy’s history that the administration has established a definitive procedure for reprimanding students who violate the Acceptable Use Policy…

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Economic Downturn Hits Peabody Museum Budget

Although the halls of the Phillips Academy Robert S. Peabody Museum of Archaeology may no longer play host to casual tours and spontaneous visits, the Museum has remained active amidst the economic downturn and the museum’s first year of a “probationary period” the Board of Trustees sanctioned last spring. Under the guidance of Interim Director…

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Faculty Votes to Alter Sports Requirement for Fall of 2003

After nearly six years of deliberations, the faculty passed an athletic proposal sponsored by the Athletic Council that will allow upperclassmen to forgo a term of athletics between Upper and Senior winter. The newly approved plan is a compromise between the current requirement that requires students to participate in athletics every term and the more…

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Fulton ’03 Resigns From Post as Cluster President; Ksiazek to Take Position

Forced to resign because of an appearance before a Discipline Committee (DC) in December, former West Quad South (WQS) Cluster President Marshall Fulton ’03 transferred control of his post to WQS Senior Representative Nick Ksiazek ’03. As agreed upon by Phillips Academy Dean of Students Marlys Edwards and Student Council President Kanyi Maqubela ’03, Ksiazek…

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PACC Requires Log-In To Ensure Document Safety

Over break, the Technology and Telecommunications department (T&T) worked on improving Phillips Academy’s computer network capabilities, and as of this term, students are now able to log on to any computer on campus and access their computer settings and any files that they have saved to their space. Students working in the Phillips Academy Computer…

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