Jackie Li

Contact the author at jjli23@andover.edu.

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Changes in Grasshopper 2022 Ticketing Management Spark Confusion in Andover Community

2022 Drag Show: A Creative Celebration of Queer Expression

An Unlimited Expansion of Possibilities—“Jujutsu Kaisen 0” Paves Way for New-Gen Anime With Excellence

Cellist Hanbie Park ’23 Channels Leadership and Attentiveness into her Dynamic Musicianship

Review: “JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Stone Ocean: Part 1” Breaks Stereotypical Molds with Representation, Ingenuity, and Style

Review of “Night Teeth”: Netflix’s New Vampire Movie Fails to Leave a Mark

Linh Dang ’23 Connects with Childhood and Subverts Artistic Expectations Through Crocheting

Review: “Squid Game”—A Death Game Show Worth ‘Surviving’ Through

Look of the Week: Kelly Yang ’24 Uses Confidence to Add a “Personal Twist” to Various Inspirations

Club Show 2021: Dance Clubs Overcome Difficulties to Celebrate Accomplishments and Build Community


Review: “Things Seen and Heard” Really Shouldn’t Be Perceived at All

Gaia Rajan ’22 Challenges Traditions and Expectations with Poetry

Jerry Shu ’21 Experiments with Art and Song, Breaking Traditional Boundaries

After Andover: Filmmaker James Longley ’90 Brings Invisible Cultures to Life Through Observational Documentaries

Review: “To All the Boys: Always and Forever” —Thankfully There Won’t Be a Fourth One

BKH Kisses to Virtual Valentines: Valentine’s Day at Andover

“Fate: The Winx Saga” is a Remake Destined For Failure

Myranda Lu ’23 Learns to Love Dance with Contemporary Expression

Addison Update: The Addison Shares Art with the Community and Beyond While Adapting to a Covid-19 World

Review: Shawn Mendes Experiments With Style and Themes in Album Wonder, Albeit Unsuccessfully

Review: “The Witches” Deviates Completely From Roald Dahl’s Engrossing Childhood Story

Review: “Rebecca” is Haunted by Past Adaptations

After Andover: Sara Su Jones ’91 Remains on the Path of Life-long Learning

Thania Martinez ’21 Creates Vibrant Makeup Looks Influenced by Diverse Subcultures

“All The Bright Places” Review: Another Flawed Teen Romance

Review: “The Devil All the Time” is Really Just Mediocre All the Time

Dance Groups Plan for Unusual Fall Term