What is the Bonadieu?
The Bonadieu is a student-run organization that produces a yearbook for each graduating class. The yearbook covers the entire school year, including Spring Weekend, Senior Week and Commencement.
In addition to pictures taken during the year, seniors are invited to contribute their own pictures from their time at Bona's. As a graduating senior, you will receive a yearbook for free the semester after you graduate.
Interested in Joining?
The Bonadieu welcomes students of any experience level, major and year. Students are needed to take pictures, arrange page layouts, write and edit content as well as work with the editor to create themes and design pages. This is an excellent opportunity for journalism majors to gain on-campus internship hours. All 100 hours can easily be fulfilled by working with the Bonadieu.
"I think it's great for people to help record part of Bona's history and create something for the seniors to take with them once they leave." Marissa Sangiacomo, Bonadieu Editor 2008-2011
If you would like more information on The Bonadieu, please contact Carol Higley: (716) 375-2515 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The Bonadieu is located in the basement of Francis Hall.