Friday, February 27, 2009

The yearbook staff has struggled with developing unique and personal articles relating to events that have taken place this year. PLEASE WORK ON THAT. Asking people involved in the sport/event their opinions will definitely fill up empty space. If you know you will have a certain sport/event layout, be involved in it. Writing can be pretty difficult when you aren't there to make observations. Avoid statements like:
" It was really fun, and we look forward to the next year."
" That was a great way to end our high school experience."
" We had an extremely successful season!"
" To end the season..."
" The future looks bright."


  1. You really don't have to be involved in your articles, but you need to think creatively and don't put off the article for the last minute. Usually a story will keep the reader from yawning the entire time. Yeah avoid cliches, they're ridiculous.

  2. You AnnMarie of all people should know the importance of titling your work. An "A" for effort and a "C" for execution. Sometimes cliches are applicable. The main problem is people wait until the last minute. GET on that peps.