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Campus Rings in Chinese New Year With Special Dinner, Show in Kemper

Kung Hei Fat Choy! (Happy New Year in Cantonese). With the Chinese New Year approaching, the Phillips Academy community commemorated the Year of the Goat with a series of events last week, including a popular dinner in Commons and the annual student talent show in Kemper Auditorium on Wednesday night. Organized by the Chinese Department…

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Lawrence Boys’ and Girls’ Director Nova Speaks for CommServ Forum

In a visit sponsored by the Community Service Lecture Series, Development Director of the Lawrence Boys’ and Girls’ Club Radhames Nova spoke on the importance of serving others. Formerly a member of the Lawrence Boys’ Club while in high school, Mr. Nova lived in the Dominican Republic before moving to Massachusetts. After attending Middlebury College…

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Peace Activist Gruzalski Speaks on Non-Violence

Non-violence activist and former Professor at Northeastern University Bart Gruzalski presented a lecture that centered on the five tenets of Gandhian nonviolence on Tuesday night in Kemper Auditorium. His lecture was entitled “Why Nonviolence Is A Better Way to Fight Terrorism.” He also visited three Religion and Philosophy classes on Tuesday and Wednesday. Invited to…

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U-Michigan Case Spurs Discussion For PA Community

As the PA campus discussed the issue of race on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, people across the nation discussed the contentious issue of affirmative action, which has resurged in the recent case against the University of Michigan, a trial which is currently before the US Supreme Court. President George W. Bush ’64 denounced the…

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