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Vol. CXL, No. 3

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The sun sets over the Great Lawn on Monday evening. Classes had a delayed start on Monday because of the snow caused by the nor'easter "Niko." To see more photos, visit

Staff Report
Last Updated: Friday, February 17, 2017

Meet the Co-Presidential Candidates
Andie Pinga
Larson Tolo '18 and Miriam Feldman '18, David Tsai '18 and Justice Robinson '18, and Eastlyn Frankel '18 and Sam Bird '18 answer questions about their platforms and plans as they campaign for the 2017 Co-Presidential Election. You can watch our full interviews with the pairs here.  

Nor'easter "Niko" Buries Campus and Causes Delay in Classes
Christina Cho
After being 
hit with a foot of snow this week, the Andover Storm Team worked tirelessly to ensure the safety and wellbeing of the Andover community as classes were delayed.

The Heidi Chronicles: An Exploration Into Second-Wave Feminism
Helen He and Michelle Jeon
This year’s production of “The Heidi Chronicles” will present the story of Heidi Holland and her journey with second-wave feminism, a movement that took place between the 1960s and 1980s.

Girls Swimming Secures Redemption Win Over Hopkins
Rick Ono
In the penultimate week of the season, Girls Swimming 
traveled to Hopkins, improving to a 4-3 record with an 110.5-75.5 win.

Food for Thoughtfulness
Alison Zhu
Alison Zhu '19 calls for students to respect the foods and cultures of others.

Kevin Olusola '06 Wins Grammy with A Capella Group Pentatonic 

Kevin Olusola ’06 and his a cappella group, Pentatonix, took home
their third Grammy Award at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards held
in the Los Angeles Staples Center this Sunday.

The group won Best Country Duo/Group Performance for their song “Jolene,” featuring renowned country singer-songwriter Dolly Parton. In the past, the group won two Grammys for Best Arrangement with their songs “Dance Of The Sugar Plum Fairy” and “Daft Punk.” During his time at Andover, Olusola involved himself in the music community as a cellist and member of the Yorkies. After graduating, Olusola went to Yale University, where he combined his passions of cello and beatboxing into an art form he calls “cello-boxing.”

Look for an article on Olusola in next week's paper.
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