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New Deans, New Roles

“I do not think the current facilities impede my ability to learn and believe the money could probably be spent better elsewhere—recruiting better teachers, improving the dorms or increasing the dining hall budget. Those changes would positively affect everyone on campus, whereas the majority ...

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New Deans, New Roles

With changes in the deans of classes and of faculty, new dean of students Amie Creagh promises to reach out to the under-recognized parts of the student body.

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New Interdisciplinary Course Begins Next Year

Science teacher Andrew Harcourt’s H2O proposal has been chosen from among a number of faculty submissions to be the first AP/Cambridge Capstone course, part of a pilot program that has the Academy working in collaboration with the College Board and the University of Cambridge.

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Mold in the Russell Gallery Threatens Artworks

With the humidity of the Pocumtuck Valley, and the fact that the Russell Gallery’s paintings are kept in a vault in the basement of the Memorial Building, mold has become a pressing issue.

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