Jenny Jin

Contact the author at yjin24@andover.edu.

Articles by this author

News In Brief

Climate Cafe with Jisung Park ’04: The Economic Effects of Climate Change

George Elbaum Shares Holocaust Survival Story with Andover Community

New Blue Key Heads Selected for Class of 2023

Over-Enrollment at Andover: Why It Happened and What to Expect Next Year

News in Brief

Andover Parents Welcome Prospective International Students Over WeChat

Here and There: The World Right Now

Andover MovieMakers Club Organizes Annual Flash Flims Event After Break Due to Covid-19 Pandemic

Process of Self and College Discovery: College Counseling Office Kicks Off Curriculum With Class of 2023

“No Pivoting, Adjusting, or Shifting Plans For This Beloved Tradition”, Head of School Raynard Kington Announces 31st Head of School Day

MLK Jr. Day Speaker Eddie Glaude Jr. Emphasizes the Importance of Recognizing Struggles Faced in Fight for Racial Justice

Covid-19 Booster Shot Clinics ‘Help Our Community Stay Safer’

Home For the Holidays?: Covid-19 Creates Difficulties for Traveling International Students

P.A.S.C. Calls for Andover’s Divestment from Fossil Fuels

새로운 PAnet의 실행이 학생들의 성적과 출석을 공개한다

The Grotesque and The Abject: Brace Fellow Dorian Park Wang ’23 Analyzes Trans Monster Metaphors in Cinema

Andover Aims to Find Homes for Student Belongings Through Lost and Found System

Implementation of New PAnet Publicly Reveals Select Students’ Grades and Absences

不明红椅子出现在教学楼门前

10 Questions with Gordon Wilkins

Aaron Chung ’22, Charles Irwin ’22 Become First High Schoolers to Be Published in Classics Journal

Mysterious Red Chair Surfaces in Front of Samuel Phillips Hall

First In-person All-School Meeting in Over a Year Highlights Unity of Andover Community

Andover Provides Vaccines to Students Aged 12-15

‘We Stand With You’: Sixth Annual Take Back the Night Honors Survivors of Gender-based Violence

Emma Fu ’21 Senior Recital Reflects Her 12-Year Piano Experience

Students Pursue Topics Including Ring Theory and Jazz Improvisation through Spring Term Independent Projects

What’s It Like Living in a Hotel? Andover Inn Becomes Home to Juniors and Lowers

LOTW Part II: The ‘Trendy Triplets’: Nikita Muromcew ’21, Mary Muromcew ’22, and Natasha Muromcew ’22 Two Years Later

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