About the yearbook:
The iSci yearbook is a method of commemorating and remembering the school year. The newest incarnation of the yearbook has been running for three years, when it was started in 2017 by the VP Communications of that time, Angela Dittrich. There are several teams involved in the creation of the yearbook. The description of the roles of each team can be found below, along with past editions of the yearbook.
The yearbook coordinator is chosen by the VP Communications at the beginning of the year. They are responsible for organizing and choosing a team to help them complete the yearbook, which includes setting deadlines for pages, choosing members for each team, setting meetings to ensure that the tasks that each member has been assigned are being completed, and overall ensuring the quality of the yearbook.
Layout, alongside the yearbook coordinator, choose a theme for the yearbook and designs the background of the pages. They also are responsible for the layout of the photos on each page, and organizing other pages like the superlatives and quotes pages. Usually there are two to three members on the layout team.
Submissions are responsible for ensuring that people submit yearbook photos and photos from throughout the year, they are also responsible for giving these photos to the layout people so that they can put them into the yearbook. Usually there are two to three members on the submissions team.
The photographers go to iSci Society events, both year events and all year events, and take photos for use in the yearbook. Usually there are two to three members on the photography team.
If you would like to download the yearbook you can find that here: