Quo Vadis 2018-2019, Accepting Applicants Soon!

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Quo Vadis 2018-2019, Accepting Applicants Soon!

Luke Araza, senior, current head photographer for Quo Vadis 2017-2018.

Luke Araza, senior, current head photographer for Quo Vadis 2017-2018.

Luke Araza, senior, current head photographer for Quo Vadis 2017-2018.

Luke Araza, senior, current head photographer for Quo Vadis 2017-2018.

Tanmay Patel, Staff Writer

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The yearbook is one of the most prized memories of a high school senior, and practically everyone in the school is excited to see what the yearbook has to offer and how much they’re in it! Quo Vadis, created by the yearbook committee of SWMHS, always does an excellent job, due to the hard work of its editors-in-chief and other team members.

Everyone who is ready to work hard and has the passion for success is welcome at Quo Vadis. The club will be having an interest meeting on May 11th, after school in the cafeteria, to discuss membership for the 2018-2019 yearbook. But what exactly does a membership position on the yearbook committee mean, aside from the drive to succeed?

Members are part of specific teams, which carry out important jobs for the final yearbook. They include the editing team, photography team, clubs and activities team, sports team and writing team. The editing team creates the final book and carries out other miscellaneous tasks such as running the social media and setting dates for events like senior car photos. The photography team takes photos at various events and provides the main part of the book: photos! The clubs and activities team acts as a yearbook representative to the official clubs of the high school. They report club meeting dates and schedule club photos for the activities section of the book. The sports team serves a similar purpose, and gets a variety of information from each varsity sport team. The writing team helps the editor-in-chief with the many introductions and descriptions throughout the book.

All teams will be open to join without an interview except the editors team. We are currently looking for one senior editor and one sophomore editor, as of the 2018-2019 school year. The spot will be highly competitive and candidates will undergo a rigorous interview.

Quo Vadis hopes to see you at the interest meeting on May 11th, after school in the cafeteria!

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