Sarah Hassanein

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Met Gala Red Carpet Review: Ranking Memorable Celebrity Looks At the Met Gala

Musician Jack Warren ’22 Releases ‘Blank Slate’ – A Culmination of his Feelings on Graduating

Take Back the Night Raises Awareness for Gender-Based Violence through Powerful Performances

Addison Earth Week Workshop Promotes Activism Through Cyanotypes

LOTW – Victor Mvemba ’22 Uses Stitching and Crocheting Skills to Make His Style Unique

Addison Spotlight: Addison Members Share Favorite Pieces from the Permanent Collection

Mosaic Continua Tradición de Nueve Años de Crear una Mesa de Visualización para la Semana de Herencia Mixta.

Dancer Yuliya Solyanyk ’23 Transitions from Club Team to Dance at Andover

LOTW Spread: How Andover Teachers Use Fashion to Connect with Students in the Classroom

Theatre and Dance Department’s “Urinetown” Presents a Satirical Take on Capitalism and Climate Change

Exploring Music in Nashville, Alumna Willow Zhu ’21 Plans Performance in Return to Andover

Night at the Addison 2022: The Addison “Illuminates” An Opportunity For Students to Connect With Art

Mosaic Continues Nine-Year Tradition of Creating Display Table for Mixed Heritage Week

Look of the Week: Ethan Sun ’23 Personalizes Outfits Through Subverting Comfort Zones and Fashion Standards

Visual Artist and Cellist Laerdon Kim ’24 Explores Freedom Through Artistic Versatility in His Creation and Presentation

Playlist of the Week: What Are The Teaching Fellows Listening To?

Playlist of the Week: What’s the Music Department Listening To?

LOTW: Elina Choi ’22 Experiments with a Diversity of Aesthetics to Create Color-Coordinated Outfits

“Out of the Bottom Drawer”: Theatre-910 Identity Cast Collectively Examines Personal Vulnerabilities With Gender and Sexuality Themes

Jack Warren ’22 Preserves Signature ‘Headrush’ Style in Pop-Music Foray ‘Not My Job’

Playlist of the Week 1/14: Andover’s 2021 Wrapped

A 25 Year Tradition: Mrs. Paulson Showcases Festive Outfits for the Holidays, Honors the “Hideous Whimsy” of Childhood Teachers’ Christmas Sweaters

Finding Freedom in Music: Bobby Hickman ’22 Adapts to Novel Experiences with Percussion

“Hope is the Thing With Feathers”: Gelb Gallery Hosts Exhibit In Memoriam of Emily Trespas

Violinist Cathy Cho ’22 Finds Friendship and Mentors through Bonding with Andover Music Community

Look of the Weekend: From Disney Classics to “Celestial” Elegance, Halloween and GSA Ball Showcase Array of Student Outfits

Artist Joy Kim ’23 Explores New Mediums and Showcases Original Thinking in Her Art

Holst, Folk Tunes, and Wordless Songs: Orchestra, Band, and Chorus Performances Bring Joy and Musical Community to Family Weekend

LOTW: Langston Reid ’24 Contrasts Simplicity and Detail in Wardrobe and Clothing Brand

New Addison Exhibition ‘Language, Sequence, and Structure’ Brings Theory, Feminism, and Gay Semiotics Together

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