The Kallista yearbook is a student-run publication on Wagner’s campus. Our staff creates an annual memoir of occurrences throughout Wagner’s community.
Due to staff issues, the production of the 2012, 2013 and 2014-yearbooks have been delayed and will shipped ASAP.
All students are free to email or drop off any pictures to us that you would like us to consider including in the yearbook. Please include
the names of the people in the picture, and ensure that they are all students of Wagner.
We are constantly looking for new staff members to be photographers, writers, editors, or in charge of layouts. To join the staff, contact email@example.com.
If you are interested in becoming an Editor, here is a list of responsibilities:
Editor in Chief: Create Deadlines; Oversee deadlines and assure that staff is completing them; Edit each deadline after its completed; Create/write theme copy of book; Design cover/theme pages; Finalize ladder; create editorial office hours; Finalize all completed deadlines; Submit finalized spreads to the advisor for final check; Maintain contact with the yearbook advisor and the Josten’s representative and relay messages back and forth to staff; Keep Kallista office clean; Keep up with Kallista email.
Design Editor: Oversee design of each page. Edit designs after Editors completed them; Make sure designs stay consistent throughout deadline/design process; give design seminar to staffers prior to design process; Finalize design/theme consistency before EIC submits to advisor; complete office hours.
Photo Editor: Contact photographer and set appointment for events; create event calender specifying when photographer is needed whether it’s a staff member or professional; Assign Kallista members to take pictures at events photographer will not attend; Finalize photos that are placed in spreads; Identify individual(s) in each photo and double check they are correct; set up senior portraits and times for when this will happen--coordinate with Seniors Editor; complete office hours.
Copy Editor: Edit ALL copy in book--body copy, headlines, theme copy, captains, etc.; Make sure all copy is written in APA style; Check spelling and grammar; Assist EIC in writing theme copy; complete office hours.
Sports Editor: Design Sports pages; Edit ALL sports pages prior to submitting them to Photo, Copy, and Design Editor; Keep in contact with Athletic department about pictures; Assign spreads to staffers; complete the following spreads yourself: Football, Mens Basketball, Waterpolo, Baseball, and Track; complete office hours.
Academics Section : Design Academics pages; Edit ALL Academics pages prior to submitting them to Photo, Copy, and Design Editor; Keep in contact with Academics department about pictures and upcoming events; Assign spreads to staffers; attain information about all department heads, professors, and statistics of department; contact senior staff and get names and pictures; attain list of senior and undergrad awards and pictures of events; complete office hours.
Clubs/Organizations Editor: Design Club/Organizations pages; Edit ALL Club/Organizations pages prior to submitting them to Photo, Copy, and Design Editor; Keep in contact with Club/Organizations about pictures and upcoming events; Assign spreads to staffers; attain information about all Club/Organizations members and events; contact Greek life presidents and attain fraternity/sorority information and upcoming events; attain list of rugby and hockey players and their game schedule; stay in contact with SGA about all upcoming events; complete office hours.
Student Life Editor: Design Student Life pages; Edit ALL Student Life pages prior to submitting them to Photo, Copy, and Design Editor; create and send out survey to students and staff to find out what they do on/off campus like hobbies, interests, and what they wish to see in this book; Assign spreads to staffers; stay in contact with SGA and the Clubs/Organizations Editor about similar events they are covering about all upcoming events; complete office hours.
Seniors Editor: Design Seniors pages; Edit ALL Seniors pages prior to submitting them to Photo, Copy, and Design Editor; create and send out survey to Seniors to find out what they do on/off campus like hobbies, interests, and what they wish to see in this book; Assign spreads to staffers; stay in contact with SGA about senior week activities; cover the baccalaureate and commencement; work with Photo Editor about Senior portraits; complete office hours. This editor may or may not have their own mini book for their whole section--still discussing book's ladder options.
If you are not interested in being an Editor of the Kallista staff, we are also looking for “staffers” who will write stories and place pictures into the spreads created by the Editors. We are looking for experienced and non-experienced individuals to input their ideas of design, creative writing, and leadership to give our students, staff, alumni, and community the best book they have seen Wagner publish thus far. If you are a part of another publication on campus, you are permitted to be on both staffs. Kallista does not mandate that you are only a “yearbookee.” Please contact, Jamie Worker at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested.
If you have any questions, do not hesitate to stop by the Dean of Campus Life Office in Union 221, or call us at 718-390-3423.