Flaws of a Yearbook Staff

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Flaws of a Yearbook Staff

 Junior Bryn Ostby practices his swing at the Monona Golf Course, where the team practices. 
The biggest challenges, coach Tina Lindsey said, is the size of the team, as it is made up of only three golfers, and who also compete as individuals.

Junior Bryn Ostby practices his swing at the Monona Golf Course, where the team practices. The biggest challenges, coach Tina Lindsey said, is the size of the team, as it is made up of only three golfers, and who also compete as individuals.

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Junior Bryn Ostby practices his swing at the Monona Golf Course, where the team practices. The biggest challenges, coach Tina Lindsey said, is the size of the team, as it is made up of only three golfers, and who also compete as individuals.

Maverick Servillon

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Junior Bryn Ostby practices his swing at the Monona Golf Course, where the team practices. The biggest challenges, coach Tina Lindsey said, is the size of the team, as it is made up of only three golfers, and who also compete as individuals.

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Most people don’t realize that when it comes to making the yearbook in time for school in May, it seems insurmountable. Time management plays a big factor because student journalists have to go from place to place to cover one particular event or group.

   Personally, I like to take pictures: sunsets, rainy days, and landscapes, for example. Photography is one of my main strengths when it comes to personal skills, so when I had to go and take some pictures for the Boys Golf team, I thought to myself that it would be a fun thing to do because I enjoy taking pictures, but I also knew it might still be a struggle because, like most students, I had lots of homework to do, and I have practice every day after school (track). Yearbook adviser April van Buren needed someone to go to the Monona Golf Course and take pictures of the Boys Golf page, and so I volunteered to go so 600 people won’t stumble upon the yearbook and find an incomplete page for Boys Golf. I honestly thought I would have difficulty with transportation but luckily I made it.

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Freshman Noah Lopez, Golf Coach Tina Lindsey and junior Bryn Ostby hit the Monona golf course for practice on a sunny afternoon in April.

 

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Junior Bryn Ostby practices his swing at the Monona Golf Course, where the team practices.
The biggest challenges, coach Tina Lindsey said, is the size of the team, as it is made up of only three golfers, and who also compete as individuals.