“Edge” Students Take a New Approach to Yearbook Design

In Lori Oglesbee’s Taking Your Yearbook to the Edge class, students are already busy brainstorming ideas for next year’s yearbooks.

“We’re working on developing our yearbook theme,” yearbook student Sierra Harbin said.

The class strives to inspire students to think of new ways to layout their yearbooks They’re focused on making them new and interesting for readers.

“We’re making it edgier and more creative than last year,” another student, Savanna Smirnow said.  “We want to make it different, take a new angle.  We’re thinking of doing chronological order instead of traditional sections.”

And what have the Edge students been up to today?

“We made a spectacle of ourselves,” Oglesbee said.  “We were the ones doing the ‘sir, yes, sir’ with the whistles at lunch.”

Edge students leave the Urban Planning building and head toward the Comm. Arts building, where they will break into smaller teams to work on their yearbook themes.  Photo by Kelly Martinek.

Edge students leave the Urban Planning building and head toward the Comm. Arts building, where they will break into smaller teams to work on their yearbook themes. Kelly Martinek/ Photo.

One Response to ““Edge” Students Take a New Approach to Yearbook Design” »

Joanne says:
Jul 29, 2013

I think it is great that the students leave with a direction for their yearbooks so they
can hit the ground running in September.

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