In 1897, students produced a University of Arkansas yearbook for the first time. The book was called The Cardinal, named after the school colors. However, when the university adopted a mascot, the book’s name changed to the Razorback.
Besides the name change, the book has evolved over the years. Becoming more colorful, larger, and longer but also maintaining their status as a student-produced historical document.
The 2012 Razorback received a Pacemaker Award from the Associated Collegiate Press. The Pacemaker is awarded based on overall excellence in writing/editing, design, and photography of a publication.
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Sarah is from Sheridan, AR, and she is double majoring in math and journalism. She has also worked as the assistant editor, designer, and photographer for the Razorback.
“I really hope to make the Razorback more accessible and interesting to students this year.”
Kacie went to high school in Sheridan, AR, and she is double majoring in architecture and Spanish. She is also a 2019 Path Scholar!
“I am excited to see how this year’s book will turn out!”
Online Content Editor
Cassidy is from Springdale, AR, and she is majoring in computer science. She is also an Honors College Fellow!
“I’m excited to be a part of the team, and I look forward to seeing how the Razorback will turn out this year!”
Chloe is from Joplin, MO, and she is majoring in public health.
“I’m excited to (hopefully) get back onto campus and see what kinds of interesting things this school year is going to throw at us during these strange times.”
Yahaira is from Houston, TX, and she is a pre-med biology major.
“I am thrilled to be on the team this year and see how I can contribute to the Razorback.”
Rachel is from Dallas, TX, and she is a studio art major.
“I can’t wait to capture all the exciting and special experiences that make being a Razorback so wonderful!”
Writer and Part-Time Photographer
Maggie is from Greenbrier, AR, and she is majoring in combined English and journalism.
“Taking on a college yearbook during a pandemic is challenging, but I cannot wait to help turn it into one of the most unique editions yet.”
Sarah is from Grapevine, TX, and she is a broadcast journalism major.
“I’m excited to be joining the Razorback and document the uniqueness of the U of A.”
Victoria is from Flower Mound, TX, and she is double majoring in English and journalism.
“I’m excited to be able to write for the yearbook this year!”
Jessica is from Shawnee, KS, and she is a majoring in broadcast journalism and minoring in graphic design.
“I am excited to put my skills in action and make the Razorback it’s very best!”
Hannah is from Arlington, TX, and she is a majoring in history.
“I am so excited to be joining the Razorback, and I know that the book will be great despite these crazy times.”
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