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By Peter Hahn — 2/27/2014

Captain David Belluche ’14 set up at the point and sniped the top left corner, drawing a huge roar from the crowd and widening Andover Boys Hockey’s lead to 3-1.

Rowdy fans packed the Ted Harrison Rink, as the team faced off against Exeter, its rival, in the final game of the regular...

Rob Devaney ’14 has been crucial to Andover’s playoff advance all season. J.SCHMITT/THE PHILLIPIAN

News

By Bennett Michaels — 2/28/2014
Students will enjoy two scheduled four-day weekends during the 2014-2015 school year, one during Fall Term and the other during Winter Term. The change was spurred by the positive feedback among both...
By Staff Report — 2/28/2014
Fridays’s polls for the 2014-2015 Co-Presidential election closed at 10 p.m., advancing candidate pairs Carter Page ’15 and Hanover Vale ’15  and David Gutierrez ’15 and Rebecca Somer ’15 to the...
By Austin Tuan — 2/28/2014
The first round of voting for the 2014-2015 School Co-Presidential elections took place last Monday, with a record 85 percent participation from the student body. Six of 10 candidate pairs moved...

Commentary

By Zainab Aina, Charlie Jarvis, Kai Kornegay, Doris Nyamwaya, Alex Thomas — 2/28/2014
By Devontae Freeland — 2/28/2014
By Charlie Jarvis, Kai Kornegay, Alex Thomas, Kayla Thompson — 2/28/2014
By Benny Ogando, Rob Rush, Kailash Sundaram — 2/28/2014

Editorial

By Phillipian Editorial Board CXXXVII — 2/28/2014
This Friday marks the one year anniversary of the publication of the groundbreaking Letter to the Editor that asserted the existence of gender inequality at Andover and condemned the accompanying...
By Phillipian Editorial Board CXXXVII — 2/21/2014
By Phillipian Editorial Board CXXXVII — 2/14/2014

Cross Campus

By Staff Report | Photos by Stephen Moreland — 2/28/2014
On Wednesday afternoon, nine current and former members of The Phillipian traveled to Lawrence High School to attend and participate in a round table discussion on thefuture of education between Head...
By Liz Marie Ferreira and Brenda Prado | Ellie Blum and Lily Grossbard — 12/13/2013
LAWRENCE - “We never really know who someone lives with, who the adult in their life is,” said Ted Lombardi, current Assistant Principal of Humanities and Leadership Development High School (HLD)....
By Peyton Alie & Meera Patel — 11/15/2013
Through the windows of Nathan Hale House, Alex Kim ’17 and Indiana Sobol ’17 can hear music blaring from the Pine Knoll dance just outside. It is September 28, one week after their segregated Junior-...

Arts

By Paul McGovern — 2/28/2014
According to UNICEF, one-third of the world’s malnourished children live in India. Andover’s Indian and Pakistani Society (IndoPak) worked to combat this statistic by holding a charity event to...
By Tiffany Bauman — 2/28/2014
Every day, Caroline Sambuco ’14 spends two and a half to three hours singing. “Music has become the defining aspect of my Andover experience. Most people don’t realize this, but I actually spend an...

Sports

By Staff Report — 2/28/2014
Andover Boys and Girls Swimming traveled to Germantown Academy to compete in the 2014 Easterns Swimming and Diving Championships last week. The teams broke a combined 14 records in the two-day...
By Andreas Tonckens — 2/28/2014
Danielle Liu ’14, Katherine Sweetser ’16, Kait Simpson ’14 and Amy Zhao ’14 captured first place and the New England record in the 400-Yard Medley Relay with a time of 3:29.64, shattering the...
By Peter Hahn — 2/28/2014
Assistant Captain Michael Lata ’14 walked off the wall in Taft’s zone and snapped a hard, low shot into the bottom right corner of the opposing net to complete Andover Boys Hockey’s comeback from a 0...

Features

By Phillipian Features Staff CXXXVII — 2/28/2014
Features: So, Pita and Peeta. We have to say, you two sure make one interesting duo! The baker’s boy and the pastry... it, much like Angels and Angel cake or Milk and Cookies, is a clearly a match...
By Phillipian Features Staff CXXXVII — 2/28/2014
By Phillipian Features Staff CXXXVII — 2/28/2014

Letters to the Editor

By Kai Kornegay ’14, et al. — 2/28/2014
To The Editor: “You’re black, you’ll get into college for sure.” “Wow! You talk so white.” “Do you have anything I could wear for my ghetto psyche tomorrow?” All of these phrases are common on...
By Debra Shepard — 12/13/2013
By Emma Crowe, Kory Stuer, Thea Rossman, Rhaime Kim — 11/1/2013

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