Editorial

Editorial

IT’S TIME TO CRY OVER SPILLED MILK

It’s the end of winter term, and everyone is exhausted. In the newsroom, we considered using our last editorial of the term to air our frustrations concerning accumulated stress, yet another political issue, or a new internet trend. Instead, though, we decided to turn our attention to a challenge with an easier solution — lack…

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How to Miss the Newsroom

There are some things that you can’t even imagine missing. You can’t imagine missing them because they have become so ingrained in your life, so important to who you are, that the idea of leaving doesn’t quite make sense. That is, until you have to. As a board, we’ve had 29 Monday meetings, 29 Thursday…

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Time for Change

Each Monday, the board of The Phillipian meets to discuss and decide a topic on which to write the week’s editorial. Nearly every meeting, climate change is broached as a possibility, and nearly every meeting, it is subsequently turned down. At the surface level, the issue of climate change is often dismissed as not relevant…

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Our Right to Press Freedom

Painted on a wall in The Phillipian newsroom is a guiding mantra: Accuracy, Accuracy, Accuracy. Recently, an article in “The Hill,” detailed the suspension of a school newspaper after their release of a divisive investigative report on their school district’s transfer approval process. In light of this article, we realize that our ability to commit…

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The College Process at Andover

As the first round of college applications ends and the fall term comes to a close, it seems more timely than ever to address one of the most prevalent and divisive topics on campus: college admissions. At a school filled with students who share different perspectives, personalities, and preferences, there is a wide spectrum of…

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