A “Unique Perspectives” Yearbook Theme Showcases Both Individuality and Community

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When you’re looking for a unique yearbook theme that will appeal to different personalities on your campus, sometimes a super-specific theme isn’t the right fit. Instead, you need something more flexible that will reflect a variety of views. A “Unique Perspectives” yearbook theme may be the perfect fit for this year’s spread. Not only does it allow you to celebrate a year of school memories, but also to explore what these remembrances meant to the entire student body. Ready to learn how this concept can accommodate an array of viewpoints and a super-diverse campus? Check out the details below.

A Better Vantage Point

One thing that I often hear about incorporating quality content into your yearbook spread is that we may really focus on just one viewpoint. We look at sports from the perspective of the star athlete, arts from the president of the drama club and academics from the future valedictorian. In reality, there is more than one view of these aspects of student life, and it can be enlightening to share a wider scope of student perception through your yearbook content. That’s exactly what a Unique Perspectives yearbook theme does. It allows you to consider each section of your content from different vantage points and offers insight into the student body at large, rather that just one type of individual.

The Great Debate

As you’re weeding through all the content for each yearbook section, consider a new approach. Instead of writing a blurb to accompany each feature, experiment with a narrative that features the views of three different students on campus. You can carry these mindsets across all the pages of your book or a just particular section as a way to explore different perspectives on the groups, activities and events on campus. For example, if you brought in a top student, a star athlete and a DECA candidate to talk about their academic experience, you’d likely get vastly different responses. Incorporating all three viewpoints allows you to speak to a wider range of the student body. And while you might not be able to feature everyone’s take on the year, it’s definitely a way to develop content that’s more inclusive of how your diverse student body sees the world!

A Yearbook Theme That Adds Depth

Sometimes, the content that gets re-written year after year can grow a little stale, and it can become too easy to portray just one way of thinking in the pages of your yearbook spread. This is not to say that you don’t have compelling stuff to communicate. I understand how much work it takes to gather the needed information and perfect it both visually and linguistically. But sometimes, building a superior yearbook goes beyond just having the images and related information. With student bodies growing increasingly more diverse, bringing more opinions and viewpoints into the mix can make for a much better yearbook. A Unique Perspectives yearbook theme can help you simultaneously showcase individuality and community and may be the perfect fit for your yearbook.

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