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Reviewing the 2017-2018 Yearbook

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This year’s yearbook was just released to seniors on Wednesday, and the rest of the school will start receiving them next Wednesday. There were many people happy and many upset with the result of the book. As always, you can’t please everyone. Today I am going to review this year’s yearbook and discuss the pros and cons that I found.

Pros: high-quality pictures, including the seniors who did not take professional senior photos, naming the students not pictured in each grade, and the cover/theme.

Cons: The boring superlatives, leaving out certain students’ senior quotes (even when they were appropriate), various typos throughout the book, leaving out the JV Boys Tennis pictures, and the disproportionate number of ASB students photographed to non-ASB students. The book consistently used photos of ASB students at school-related events, despite hundreds of other students being heavily involved in and attending various dances, pep rallies, dress-up days, club meetings, and lunch-time activities. Some students on campus were only photographed one time– their student ID photo– or not at all, while a handful of ASB kids are on at least fifteen pages.

Overall grade: 6.5/10

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