The Anchor (newspaper)

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The Anchor
Rhode Island College
"Free Access to Ideas... Full Freedom of Expression"
Type weekly student newspaper
Format Newspaper
Editor Louisa D'Ovidio
Founded 1928
Headquarters Ducey Student Media Center
Student Union Plaza
Rhode Island College
Providence, RI 02908
Circulation 2,000
Website theanchoronline.org

The Anchor is a weekly, student-run, 20-28 page newspaper for the Rhode Island College campus, established in 1928.[1]

Objective[edit]

The Anchor is student-run and published weekly during the academic year. Editorial decisions for The Anchor are made by a majority vote of its student editorial board. No form of censorship will be imposed. Any material found to be unsuitable or unacceptable in the board’s opinion will not be published. The views expressed in The Anchor, unless otherwise noted, are those of the individual authors and do not necessarily represent those of The Anchor or of Rhode Island College’s faculty, administration or student body.

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The Anchor Editors for 2016[edit]

  • Acting Editor-in-Chief: Louisa D'Ovidio
  • Managing Editor: Shane Inman
  • Art Director
  • Business Manager: Alex Wall
  • News Editor: Taylor Dame
  • Opinions Editor: Angelina Denomme
  • Arts & Lifestyles Editor: Gianna Rocchio
  • Sports Editor: Julian Borges
  • Photography Editor: Tess Rhoat
  • Advertising Manager: Samantha Scetta
  • Copy Editor: Now Hiring
  • Layout Editors: Kayleigh Lahousse
  • Graphics Editor: Andre Glover
  • Distribution: Jonathan Carney
  • Technology Director: Patrick Turd

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Awards and Notable History[edit]

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