2010-2011 Commentary — 18 January 2011

By: Kajanay Brown

You may say it’s too expensive. You may say it’s just the right price. It’s the yearbook, yes! The yearbook.

The yearbook will come out around the end of the year.

The yearbook will include coverage of “all the clubs and sport groups,” said senior Deja Mcmorris.

“The events that will be covered in the yearbook are Halloween and Homecoming week, and more to come,” said senior Nakeisha Mars.

The yearbook pre-sale price started off at $55, which is the cheapest it’s been in years, and it goes up by the month. Students who wait to buy their yearbook until June will have to pay a much higher price. In December, yearbook pre-sale costs $60.

“Students feel the yearbook price is expensive because of money issues already,” said Mcmorris. “The ones who think it’s an average price don’t have money issues.”

If you feel the yearbook is worth the price, you can purchase a yearbook from Mr. Harris in TC-7 or online at Jostens.com.

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