Some may argue that writing is becoming a less important part of the yearbook. But none the less, no matter if you have a little or a lot of traditional writing, it should be good! Here are some tips for you and your staff!
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Some may argue that writing is becoming a less important part of the yearbook. But none the less, no matter if you have a little or a lot of traditional writing, it should be good! Here are some tips for you and your staff!

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Yearbook: for many of us, it's our second home, our second family. We're the kids with the cool cameras and the cool techniques. We're the best photographers, writers and designers on campus. We've got neat computers and neat software, and we've got the ability to capture the entire year for our student body to look back on from now until forever. Our books live on for decades. Everyone will show our production to their kids and their kids' kids.

This is the blog for inspiration, help, venting, and anything and everything else you want it to be. Enjoy, fellow yearbookers yerds!