Some Whitman students try to bring back the yearbook
Written by Evan Blackwell, CJE
As is the case at many colleges and universities facing tight times with budget restrictions, there have been some lively discussions going on lately at Washington’s Whitman College over whether or not to continue the school’s yearbook.
In the most recent edition of the Whitman student paper, The Pioneer, Alex Brott wrote this piece making the case for why the Whitman yearbook should not go away.
Brott compares yearbooks to Facebook, saying “A yearbook is beautiful, polished and professional, whereas Facebook tends to be much more informal, sparse and self-focused.”