September 1, 2009 / News & Notes

Yearbooks still matter, according to Orlando Magazine

Written by Idea File Staff

The August 2009 issue of Orlando Magazine included an in-depth feature story on the importance of yearbooks.

Writer Jay Hamburg takes a look at why yearbooks still matter, even in today’s world of emerging social networking.

As one student in the article says, “Twitter will go away. But a yearbook will never perish.”

Included in the story is a mention of a Walsworth school – Boone High School and adviser Renee Burke, who commented on the success of senior ads.

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Idea File Staff

Idea File Staff reports are posts compiled by the Walsworth Yearbooks Marketing Department, covering a wide range of yearbook topics.