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"This year the book was run like a democracy. Every staff member has a say in the final outcome of the book!"
—Kerri Kuykendall, Editor-in-Chief
Copy Staff Front Row, RacheUe VanDyke, Kami Smith. Dena Guntermann. Lisa Van Cleef. Back Row, Stacey Auld. Stacy (. -v!| .Moore---------_
Gregory Napoli reviews a photography handbook on the newest ways to develop fdm.
Lisa Cady types a proposal to Russel Dix asking to rework the Beaver Section of the Registration form to decrease confusion
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7 really hope that this years staff can produce a book that every student and staff will be proud to have in their home." —Kerri Kuykendall, Editor-in-Chief
A dedicated photographer, Yung-hui Cheng is caught catching a nap during a time-out
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Executives Kerri Kuykendall. EditoMn-Chief; Bryan Seils, Layout Editor; Creg Napoli. Photography Editor; Kami Smith, Copy Edfcor; Lisa Cady, Business Manager.
Carrie Schroeder outlines the goals lor the month of lanuary for the Business Staff.
staff member has a say in what the final outcome of the book is going to be."
Each week, the entire staff had a meeting to discuss what was going on and were invited to voice their opinions and ideas.
The office practiced what was called an "open door" policy. The students, professors or anyone else who was interested, was invited to come to the office in MG East and see the progress of the book. Proofs, which had come back from the printer. were on display for anyone to see.
"The yearbook is not a secret as it used to be." said Kuykendall. "We don't expect you to put down money on a product you won't see for 12 months."
The staff held two contests for students. They held a plant contest with Finley Hall, which was sponsored by Jackson and Perkins Roses, and the first annual Picture Yourself Photo Contest was held in the MG Quad during spring term.
The office may have been fun, but it had its serious, businesslike side, as well. The staff was trained to help answer questions and be knowledgeable about office happenings.
"A couple of weeks into spring term, we broke our sales record and met our budget." explained Cady. “But we still kept plugging away with a personal goal of 6000 books — above and beyond budget.”
"The experience can be nothing else but positive," said Kuykendall.
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KBVR-FM offered many opportunities. but you had to share the participants’ love for music to fit in.
KBVR-FM staff members had exposure to all types of music and people.
"What we do is art." said station manager Doug Crist.
Getting the right mixture of different types of music could be a great challenge.
"Listeners need a forum for what they want to hear." said Crist.
KBVR-FM played a variety of different types of music in a progressive format. Crist felt that was why KBVR-FM was better than many of the other college radio stations.
"It is important to give listeners something new in music," Crist said.
KBVR-FM always looked for new music to play. They would take new bands that were not yet popular, which gave their airway a new sound.
"We are looking for the Elvis Costello of tomorrow," Crist said.
KBVR-FM was recognized as being one of the top thirty radio stations.
"We want to keep KBVR a bright star in the industry," Crist said.
KBVR-FM participants attended a few seminars during the year. The largest was the New Music Seminar in Chicago. This was one way to learn and discuss new issues in the radio industries.
"You have to have contacts in this industry and this is where you can meet them,” said Crist.
By attending the seminars. Crist believed that KBVR-FM remained in the highlight of the industry.
"You've got to keep your name out there," Crist said.
Striving for diversity, Stewart Young selects another record to play on the radio.
KBVR-FM was one of the top college radio stations because of the team’s hard work.
"KBVR-FM gives you a chance to find out what the industry is like.” said Crist.
A few of the staff members were
looking at the radio industry for a career. Other members were part of the team because of their love for music.
"I can only speak for myself, but the one thing we have in common is that we
all share a love for music." said Crist.
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