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The school board said guns are fine in yearbook photos as long as the photos are tasteful.
Here is the inspiring story of Draven Rodriguez and his cat Mr. Bugglesworth.
Students at Sabino High School didn't discover that the books had been censored until after they paid $75 for them.
I graduated from Beverly the same year the movie came out – and it was kinda really like that.
Summer vacation may be over, but let's face it: things could be WAY worse.
Come on. Out with it. Also, explain yourself. What the hell were you thinking?
This post is full of Nguyen.
Wait, I thought Dunn passed away?
I don't always sign yearbooks, but when I do... God bless you, Josh Velasco, whomever the hell you are. (Via)
When turned upside-down, this year's yearbook for the graduating class of Shaker Heights High reveals a cryptic message inserted by the artist, reading "F ALL Y'ALL."
A blog dedicated to collecting the nerdiest, dorkiest, geekiest picture that appeared in your yearbook (or maybe shouldn't have.)