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 Tuesday, May 24, 2005 IssueFaculty/Staff E-Newsletter


CU-Boulder Yearbook Revived by Students
By Vanessa Lozano, senior, School of Journalism and Mass Communication

The yearbook at CU-Boulder is being published once again after a 10-year hiatus. The publication, "The Flagstone," will tell the story of a year at CU-Boulder.

"The students who wanted the return of the yearbook had a strong feeling that there was a lot to be proud of at CU-Boulder and that there ought to be a yearbook to reflect this," said Marc Killinger, yearbook advisor and CU-Boulder Alumni Association employee.

Kristen Schubert, editor-in-chief and recent CU-Boulder graduate in international economics, has been meeting with administration since early 2004 to get the Flagstone off the ground, according to Killinger.

It will feature almost 300 pages that include homecoming, the Conference on World Affairs, nightlife, outdoor activities, school spirit, academics and more. It also will cover major news events of the year, such as the Asian tsunami, the Red Sox World Series victory and the 2004 presidential election. A photo contest was created to generate photos from the student body.

In addition there will be a student directory featuring each student's major, class and areas of interest. Students were able to update their profiles online or through a toll free phone number. Individual portraits will not be included due to space and time limitations.

A staff of 18 students have been working on the yearbook, which they consider to be a time capsule, memento and networking tool. It will be on sale until June 15 and will be distributed in September.

For more information on The Flagstone, or to order, please visit the CU Yearbook page.

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