Turning the Page of Another Year
After the yearbook staff unveiled the 2013 Summit in chapel, students hurried to claim their copy, eager to turn back the coral and orange cover and inspect the pages within.
After working on the yearbook for nearly two full semesters, the Summit staff was pleased with the student body’s enthusiastic response. Kim Hand, a Summit editor, said, “I love when we distribute the yearbook because I see my hard work in the hands of the students and see them smiling and pointing things out to their friends.”
Students went first to their own pictures before enjoying photos of the year in review, particularly this year with the inauguration of President Troy Shoemaker, to whom this year’s Summit was dedicated.
But most students especially love the signatures they collect on the yearbook pages. Some even organize signing parties where the blank pages fill with fond memories, favorite verses, fancy signatures, and full-page letters from best friends.
“It’s easy to forget small details of life,” said Shelby Bennett (Jr). “But with the yearbook, you can remember them forever.”