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Thumbnail   Poem titled "Study For An Hour Test" submitted by William Wood '57 to St. Andrew's student publication - the Andrean 1957 publication, page 12.
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Thumbnail   The Cardinal was not the only student newspaper on campus in the 1970s. "Whiskers", an underground paper, was also being published. The purpose of "Whiskers" is "not to promote slander, but to promote school spirit and pride in the school." As is further stated in this first edition, "This will be a liberal paper representing students ideas". A trip to Bombay Hook is recounted
Thumbnail   This story appeared on the SAS website November 25, 2009. The fall sports assembly took place during school meeting November 19, 2009. Prize winners appear in this article along with some remarks. Photos included.
Thumbnail   This story appeared on the SAS website on June 29, 2009. Many members of the SAS community participated in the 22nd Annual Middletown Triathlon that benefits Special Olympics.
Thumbnail   A Guide to Sacred Symbols at St. Andrew's School was written by Walden Pell II at the urging of Chaplain Alexander Ogilby. Throughout this guide Reverend Pell tells the stories of the many symbols located throughout the campus. The first symbol discussed in this book is the School mascot, "The Cardinal", the School motto, "Faith and Learning" which was chosen by the Founder of the School, A. Felix...
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