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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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Meredith Price Returns to PA’s Bulfinch Hall

Although still technically in retirement, former Phillips Academy Instructor in English Meredith Price has taken a one-term position as an interim teacher of a section of English 100. According to English Department Chair Jonathan Stableford ’63, no set plans exists for Mr. Price’s return to the Andover faculty though he was a beloved teacher. “Mr….

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Phone Numbers Of Day Students May Be Published

Last Monday, the Deans’ Council reviewed a proposal to include students’ home telephone numbers and email addresses in upcoming editions of The Directory. The proposal, submitted by Day Student Representative Joe Musumeci ’03, met with enough approval to be passed to Registrar Herb Morton for logistical consideration. If accepted by Mr. Morton and the Office…

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Indecent Exposure in Elson Brings Police to Campus

Last Friday evening, an alleged incident of indecent exposure occurred in the Elson Art Center in the presence of three Senior girls, causing both discomfort and puzzlement among members of the Andover community and drawing a response from Acting Head of School Rebecca Sykes during Wednesday’s All-School Meeting. According to one of the Phillips Academy…

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