9 Reasons Why You Should Pick Up Your Yearbook

It’s that time of year again. Spring semester is nearing its end, finals are in sight, and you’re dreading moving all of your stuff out of your room this year. However, the end of an academic year also means that it’s time to pick up your yearbook. The yearbook staff will be distributing them on April 23-26 from 10am-4pm at the Tad Pad.

 

But now you’re telling yourself “That’s great but why should I go get a copy of the yearbook?” You’re in luck, because here are 9 reasons why picking up your yearbook is a great idea.

It’s FREE*!

If you were enrolled in both the fall and spring semesters, you won’t have to pay any money out of pocket for your yearbook. Simply swing by the Tad Pad and it’s yours.

You could be featured in it.

You never know. Maybe your smiling face will appear in one of the yearbook’s glossy pages. It’s worth a flip-through.

To remember this year.

They say college is the best four years (or five or six) of your life. I don’t know if that’s true, but this time-capsule of a yearbook would ensure you won’t forget this year.

It’s like a right of passage.

How could you spend an entire year of your life at a school and not possess that year’s yearbook? Honestly, it just seems wrong.  

It’ll become a treasure.

Later in life when you’re reminiscing with college friends or you just want to take a nice stroll down memory lane, an old yearbook could come in handy.  

It makes for a great coffee table book.

Throw this on your coffee table, and at least when people come over, they’ll have something to flip-through.

For your kids someday.

Haven’t you ever wondered what it was like growing up for your parents? If your kids ever ask about what Ole Miss was like back in your day, you could break out your yearbooks.

To support all the talented Rebels who put the yearbook together.

The yearbook editors and staff have worked tirelessly all year on the contents of this book, and now they want to share it with the student body. There’s no better way to support them than by picking up a book for yourself.

**The yearbook is FREE for students that have paid fall and spring tuition. If you are a student who has only paid one semester, you will have to pay $25 to receive one. If you are non-student or are a faculty/staff member, you will have to pay $50 to receive one.

Asia Harden
Asia Harden

Asia is a freshman majoring in Integrated Marketing Communications from Greenville, Mississippi. She loves cheese dip, turtles, and the color blue. Asia has a major sweet tooth and just happens to love writing stuff down.