Yearbooks: A thing of the past?

Written by

|

January 28, 2010

1:07 PM

Last spring was the first time U.Va. didn’t publish its yearbook, “Corks and Curls”, since WW II, according to The Washington Post.

College yearbooks have been slowly disappearing as students’ lives shift to online content and away from paper records of their college memories.

“This is a sad thing for many people, but I think it’s also a sign of the times,” said Aaron Laushway, an associate dean of students.

Share This Article

Related News

Tribe Square evicts The Crust leaving ground floor empty
As gubernatorial primary nears, students get out the vote
College mourns death of online MBA student, Navy SEAL Kyle Milliken

About Author

The Flat Hat
  • The Flat Hat