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Arts Editors CXXXIV    Friday, April 8, 2011
Jackie Wu ’12 Inspired by artist Lee Bontecou and pirate ships, Jackie Wu ’12 created an intricate wire sculpture of a boat in her Art 308 class last term. The coal-black curves of the frame form the elegant body of the boat, complementing the off-white sails, decked with elaborate Chinese characters. Wu’s boat, on display near the Polk Center, is actually her second attempt at constructing her model. “As I was making it, [the boat] became really weird. It was fat and spoon-shaped, so I...
Ollie Peng    Sunday, April 3, 2011
Sometimes life should offer more options. Why can’t there be French toast sticks in Commons? Why can’t textbooks have solutions to both even and odd problems? If Coke is clearly better than Pepsi, why can’t there be a single can of it in any of the vending machines? Fortunately, video games aren’t life. When you’re sick of having someone else’s rules shoved down your throat, video games let you be the boss and lay down the law on everyone else. Just Cause 2 gives you options that let you...
Rachel Ryu    Sunday, April 3, 2011
Students have intensified their artistic talents at Phillips Academy with the introduction of student art work in the Peabody Museum. Although student work is usually featured in the Elson Art Center, the Gelb Gallery and the OWHL, Prim Chanarat ’11 and Pei Choong ’11 were commissioned to paint a mural for the office of Donald Slater, Museum Educator at the Peabody Museum. “During the [Peabody] Museum’s recent renovation, a wall was demolished, re-configured, and reconstructed in my...
Yeo Bi Choi    Sunday, April 3, 2011
This past spring break, Andover’s talented instrumentalists and singers had the privilege of traveling to Ireland on the Cantata Tour. Every spring break, Phillips Academy’s Chamber Orchestra and Academy Choir travel nationally or internationally, to share beautiful music with people around the world. The students departed for Ireland on March 11th and returned March 18th, spending a full week performing and touring the country. Day 1 After trudging through Dublin International...

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