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Make it flat! Learn how to Flatten a Rolled Diploma

Some colleges and universities mail the diplomas home in a cardboard tube to protect the diploma from bending and getting damaged. You can frame your diploma after it’s been rolled up; just follow these easy steps to get a flattened diploma.

College Celebrates 4th of July with Declaration of Independence

As with any big event, graduation included, we want to celebrate!  So, with the 4th of July, many of us will remember the holiday with traditional cookouts and fireworks.  One college in particular, Williams College, will be observing the holiday in another way - bringing to life the heartfelt politics of the past when in 1776, a document was written calling for independence from British rule.

Lesson of the Day: Burning Facts about Glass Protection for Document Frames

In most cases, you have not paid attention to the glass in your frames, including your photo, certificate, diploma and other frames. Surprisingly, glass is an important element of the frame because it protects your special document against dirt, dust, sun, and other harmful materials.

Selecting the right diploma frame…Now’s the time!

Congratulations on your graduation!  It's a special, important time to share with family and friends. Whether you have recently graduated or not though, as an alumnus, you realize that now’s the time to protect and show off your hard-earned diploma by framing it.  The question is…how do you select the right frame? 

Celebrate Summer the Proud Way! - Frame My Proudest Moment Contest 2013

By Anita R. Holtz
Marketing Department

Join in the fun and excitement by entering your proudest moment.  Not only may you win a cash prize and a custom frame, but you’ll also have the enjoyment of sharing your photo so that others can appreciate your proudest moment!

Sustainable Diploma Frame Options

We are involved with "green" practices at Church Hill Classics/diplomaframe.com, including that we offer frames made with 100% recycled wood from America. These ecological frames are worth considering when you receive your degree after graduating, whatever degree of sustainability you are involved in.

May Mayhem: Your College Student Is Moving Back In

Has an extraterrestrial invaded your home this May?  When college-age sons and daughters come back home and re-feather your empty nest to be with you for the summer, it is a readjustment for everyone in the household. Each family must deal with its new challenges individually, but one reality is certain: no matter where the recent graduates eventually hang their hats, earning that sheepskin elevates degree holders in everyone’s eyes. 

Graduation Goulash

Stepping reverently to the cadence of Pomp and Circumstance?  You’re one of millions donning cap and gown and graduating from a high school, college, or university.  If it’s an institution of higher learning and you’re singular, you’re morphing from matriculant to alumna (female) or alumnus (male).  If you’re plural, you’re collectively alumnae (female) or alumni (male or female graduates).  For those etymology inquirers, all four “alum” words derive from Latin’s alere meaning “nourish.”

Diplomas, Diploma Frames, and Their Omnificent College Seals

Along with graduation come traditions and diplomas.  Along with diplomas (and diploma frames) come a distinct and formal identifier of the school…its seal. Traditionally, college diplomas have a school seal, very often with a Latin motto, affixed to it.

Life Lessons and Inspiration from a Diverse Range of Memorable Commencement Speakers

By Dawn Handschuh

Graduation season is upon us, and at many schools across the country, the process of choosing a commencement speaker was a daunting one for school administrators: should they select an individual—possibly someone who’s relatively unknown—who has changed the world in a meaningful way? Someone who can motivate and inspire graduates? Or should they go with a big name speaker who can be counted on to entertain and give a great speech?

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