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By Zainab Aina, Charlie Jarvis, Kai Kornegay, Doris Nyamwaya, Alex Thomas — 2/27/2014

“She’s pretty for a black girl.”

As women of color at Andover, we should never have to strive for this false and offensive excuse for a compliment. On our campus and around the world, the word “beauty” is too often constricted to a rigid definition that requires white skin, blonde hair, a...

Students Rejoice (fake deck)
By Bennett Michaels — 2/27/2014

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 faculty and students after Head of School John Palfrey granted a four-day weekend this term with...

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
By Staff Report — 2/27/2014

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...

By Zainab Aina, Charlie Jarvis, Kai Kornegay, Doris Nyamwaya, Alex Thomas — 2/27/2014

“She’s pretty for a black girl.”

As women of color at Andover, we should never have to strive for this false and offensive excuse for a compliment. On our campus and around the world, the...

By Paul McGovern — 2/27/2014

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...