Yearbook InDesign students continue working hard as MIPA comes to a close

As MIPA journalism camp quickly comes to a close, InDesign instructor Lydia Cadena said she is impressed with the work and focus that her students had this week.

“The focus my students have and their drive to create projects that can be applied to their publication (is impressive),” Cadena said in between helping students with their InDesign projects.

Eisenhower High School student Lindsay Moore said she chose to take the class after she was appointed to the role of editor in chief of her school yearbook, and she had no previous InDesign skills.

“I have enjoyed (the class),” Moore said. “It has been tough, but I know it will be useful.”

Cadena’s said the class, officially titled InDesign for Yearbook, wasn’t just comprised of yearbook InDesign students. The class also included newspaper and advanced InDesign yearbook students as well.

Cadena worked with students in her InDesign class to help them better their design skills. The class focused on helping the students with the design aspect of their yearbook or newspaper. KELSEY MCCLEAR / PHOTO

“Everyone is working at their pace and level,” Cadena said.

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