Vox requires students

Chronicle Staff

For the first time, yearbooks were preordered this year in an effort to stay green and reduce costs. Yearbook Chief Financial Officer Jonathan Etra ’11 worked with Chief Financial Officer Rob Levin and yearbook adviser Jen Bladen to make the change.

Eliminating extra orders will save paper and lower the yearbooks’ cost by about $6 from last year and about $12 from what this year’s price would have been, since students won’t have to pay to cover the costs of extra books, Bladen said.

—Carrie Davidson and Ana Scuric