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The Phillipian

Ads for 2014 Commencement Issue Now on Sale

During the weekend of June 6-8, The Phillipian will publish its annual Commencement issue, a longer version of the paper that captures major events that happened throughout the school year. Parents may submit a picture or message of their child(ren), congratulating them on their graduation.

In years past, The Phillipian has received so many submissions for this issue that it has run several extra pages, and parents often see it as a keepsake. Commencement ads come in five sizes: small ($60), medium ($80), large ($90), half-page ($180), and full-page ($300). Please add $25 per order if you would like your ad printed in color. You can design your own ad and send it as a JPEG to Noah Hornik at nhornik@andover.edu, or send your desired pictures and text and our staff will help with the layout! Please send payment to Jamie Chen at 180 Main Street, Andover, MA 01810. Checks should be made payable to Trustees of Phillips Academy.

Sample Ads
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Questions? Please contact Eleanor Blum, the Phillipian’s Chief Operating Officer, (eblum@andover.edu). Submission deadline is May 10th. Thank you for your support!

The Phillipian is an entirely student-run uncensored publication. It has a faculty advisor, but the student editorial board makes all publication and business decisions. The Phillipian combined its 1950's charter with the Quill and Scroll Foundation's Student Press Rights Position to create the following operating principles:

  1. The Phillipian strives to maintain professional standards of accuracy, objectivity and fairness at all times.
  2. Staff members have the right to report on and editorialize about all topics, events or issues, including those unpopular or controversial.
  3. The Phillipian will not publish anything obscene, libelous, or detrimental to the immediate material and physical stability of the school.
  4. The paper shall not be subjected to prior restraint, review or censorship.
  5. Staff members have the obligation to learn and observe the legal and ethical responsibilities expected of them as practicing journalists.
  6. The Editor-in-Chief assumes total responsibility for his/her publication.

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