Yearbooks In The Time of Coronavirus

As the CEO of Entourage Yearbooks, and a yearbook professional for the last 15 years, I have a special perspective when it comes to yearbooks. I’ve come to realize that yearbooks play a special role, not only for our schools and students, but as a unique journalistic artifacts chronicling the biggest events in US history. As a country, we’ve seen large national events such as the 9/11 attacks, the war in Iraq, and Hurricane Katrina, all change our country in countless ways. These changes are, of course, chronicled by TV and print media. But it’s the school yearbook that covers these events specifically for local communities–their schools, their students, and… Read More

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