Less is more, especially in Seaholm High School’s case. Similar to the other smaller staffs represented at MIPA, Seaholm only has three students attending MIPA out of a total staff of 16. Advisor Ben Harwood encouraged Seaholm’s managing editor, “He sent his leaders and editors here to bring back information and knowledge to incorporate into the paper,” Filips said. Filips … [Read more...] about Staff sizes at MIPA: the small staff viewpoint
During the July 31 morning session of the Yearbook Section Editors class, instructor Pam Bunka taught her students the basics of being a copy editor. Bunka discussed how to be an effective copy editor while sparing the feelings of the other staff members. Incoming senior Cassady Collins said she took away how to be a good copy editor from this morning’s tutorial, as well as … [Read more...] about Yearbook section editor learn copyediting
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Finishing off yesterday’s assignment of designing a yearbook cover, opening, end sheet and dividers, the Yearbook Section Editor class continued their assignment with a discussion that touched on topics such as typography and readability during their morning session. Gathering graphic ideas from Pinterest and various magazines, the students in instructor Pam Bunka’s class … [Read more...] about Yearbook section editors work on page design
On their second day at MIPA, the Yearbook Section Editors class began working on the first out of three spreadsheets they were assigned. Teacher Pam Bunka assigned each student to find a theme and graphic inspiration that they would base their designs off of. The graphic inspiration’s elements should also be incorporated in their designs. Using InDesign, each section editor … [Read more...] about Yearbook section editors class begin spreadsheets