Ever wanted to be part of campus history? (Or, at least, record it as it happens?)
That’s exactly what staff members for The Serpentine, WCU’s student yearbook, do. During the school year, writers and photographers cover big campus events such as Banana Day and Miss WCU, as well as sporting events. We also feature student organizations in order to highlight all of the hard work and dedication that they put into their respective associations.
Whether win or lose, rain or shine, The Serpentine documents the year as experienced by students, faculty, and alumni. It serves as a memento of the year spent at West Chester University.
The Serpentine is always willing to accept new writers onto its crew, as a focused and diverse community is always appreciated. If writing isn’t your forte, that is no problem at all! There is plenty of space for students with other kinds of expertise to contribute, as well. The organization is looking for students in marketing to increase awareness of the yearbook across campus, as well as students in business who can help manage the yearbook’s budget. By working together with students from all areas of expertise, the yearbook allows students to contribute while still participating in activities they enjoy.
Want to write for The Serpentine but have no prior experience? No problem! All students need to have in order to get involved is an interest in helping to create a keepsake that students and alumni will treasure for years.
If you’re interested in joining The Serpentine staff, please contact the yearbook’s adviser, Dr. Ashley Patriarca, at firstname.lastname@example.org or the editor-in-chief, Arden Colleluori, at email@example.com.
Please also look out for order forms as the staff is excited to show their work!
Arden Colleluori is a third-year student majoring in English and women’s and gender studies with a minor in Spanish. She can be reached at AC809169@wcupa.edu.