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Managing Your Time – 9 Tips

“Ordinary people think merely of spending time; great people think of using it.” – Arthur Schopenhauer Time is a precious and limited resource – once it is gone, there is no way to get it back. Even though we all have 24 hours, 1,440 minutes, or 86,400 seconds in one day, time marches on and […]

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Theme: A Guide to Covering the Basics

During the early stages of yearbook creation, the subject of a theme may arise, along with the inevitable question: should a theme be used this year? What are the requirements, benefits and journey involved?  Before you start down that long and winding road, there are several factors to consider. Just as you are defined by […]

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Yearbook is a form of Journalism

“Our school does not teach journalism. We just advise the yearbook” Too often we hear these words when talking to advisers about the work they do with their students to produce a yearbook. As yearbook professionals we are here to tell you, no matter the format of your yearbook, the work of journalists boils down […]

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Take our Fun Yearbook Quiz!

Congratulations! You have joined the world of Yearbook, you will never be the same again. It isn’t a question of should you be involved in the yearbook, of course you should! Yearbooks are awesome! The question is are you cut out for it? I would say yes! But here are a few questions you need […]

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