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What was the highlight of your club’s service project?
First Person Narratives Reflections on the service project, reflections on fundraiser, being a leader, being a follower, funniest thing that happened Infographics Number of clubs in the school, number of members, average attendance, fundraising graphs Quotes opinions/reactions to club project or fundraiser; opinions.reactions to new club rules Community Guests Special speakers, special contributions from local person or business to club funds for expenses, field trips Sports Lists Equipment used, uniform pieces, equipment/uniform costs, gate receipts, largest gate, smallest gate, biggest rivalry, number of students involved, number of teams/coaches, total number of points scored in the season, individual statistics, individual records, individual or team awards Q&A How much time do you spend practicing?
Examples club district or regional conferences, games played for bonus test points or homework coupons on academic classes, office workers, hall monitors, youth advisory boards for local banks/industries, exchange students, behind the scenes at pageants/plays/sporting events, concession stand workers, homecoming parade grand marshall, chain gangs at football games, local person who referees high school sporting events, school/community projects, field trips to local places of business, matching funds, service projects, local professionals who come to speak or lend their expertise in projects, gifts from alumni/local person/business Comic Relief Short, personal accounts of funny experiences, favorite jokes, favorite pranks First Person Narratives: hobbies, pet stories, work experiences, travel experiences, driving experiences, dating experiences Infographics Bus trivia, cafeteria trivia, teacher trivia, tests that match student/teacher/principal with identifying descriptions Quotes He said/she said, favorite expressions, students’ reactions to community service, reactions from community about school-related events Photo Ops Use those leftover photographs with a mini-story caption to enliven ads and enhance coverage.
Short, newsy mini-stories that did not merit a full spread in the yearbook or that were not covered elsewhere, with or without photographs.
Includes all editions of the yearbook dating back to 1938, providing more than 10,000 full text reviews.
Student Life/People Lists favorite places to take a date; favorite gifts for birthday/anniversary; typical wallet or purse contents; typical school supplies; surveys of current movies, TV shows, songs, stars; one thing you couldn’t do without; one person you admire Q&A How long have you and your boy/girlfriend been dating? What is the most interesting (or embarrassing) experience you have had on a date this year?
What is your family’s favorite Christmas (or any holiday) tradition?
With the help of Hathi Trust colleagues at CDL and the University of Michigan, we set up two collections: University of California, San Francisco collection This collection contains books, pamphlets, UCSF University Publications, and yearbooks dating back from 16th century through 2000s held at the University of California, San Francisco Library and Special Collections.
UCSF University publications This collection contains materials published by UCSF schools, programs, and research institutes (course catalogs, announcements, student publications, annual reports, newsletters, etc.) as well as yearbooks dating back from 1864 held at the UCSF Archives.