The Exonian, the oldest preparatory school paper in America, is published weekly by its student board. Over half the student body, as well as many parents and alumni/ae, hold subscriptions to the paper, which acts as a forum for the ideas of the Exeter community and prints extensive news, sports, and feature articles. Advisers: Ms. Plouffe Lazure, Mr. Jordan, and Ms Dunlavy.
P.E.A.L.--- PEA Life magazine, founded in 2003 by Sarah Schwarz, is a student-run magazine offering a variety of content focused on all varieties of life at Exeter. PEAL is a full-color magazine that prints three to four times a year, and regularly features art, fiction, and articles produced by students at the Academy. PEAL is entirely independently funded by advertisements and donations, and is distributed at no cost to all students on campus. Advisers: Mr. Moriarty and Ms. Desmond
The PEAN board takes full responsibility for publishing the school's approximately 500-page yearbook. Students create layouts, take photographs, write copy, solicit advertising, and sell copies of the book. They produce the entire book on the desktop, using a bank of Macintosh computers, digital cameras, and flatbed scanners. Both experienced and inexperienced students are encouraged to get involved. Advisers: Mr. Wolfson, Ms. Christoph, Mrs. Collins and Ms. Wolff
Pendulum is PEA's literary and arts magazine, in existence off and on since the early 1960s. Before spring break, the editors select prose, poetry, and visual arts submitted by PEA students. Advisers: Mr. Hearon
PIP (People Interested In Poetry)
PIP is the only publication on campus that is exclusively dedicated to poetry. PIP meets informally to critique constructively any work that is handed in. Once a year, an issue containing student works is published. Adviser: Mr. Hearon