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yearbook name?


Question Posted Wednesday September 12 2007, 8:47 pm

our high school is brand new and our yearboook needs a name..something to do w/ cougars or roar/grr. or w/e cougars say

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ASAPcamille answered Thursday September 13 2007, 8:00 pm:
We have had:
Reflections like the other person said, 2007 In Retrospect, and stuff like that. For the Cougars-you can have
Cougar Pride, We cant Be beat- Cougars!, Cougar Time, hope I helped:D

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uisforukelele answered Thursday September 13 2007, 7:58 pm:
okay, my school's mascot is a pirate and the newspaper is called the buccaneer. so if we're following that sort of naming process, you could come up with a one word name that could be a synonym for cougar, or the word roar, or something. you can look stuff like that up on dictionary.com. i don't really want to type out all the stuff on dictionary.com because i'm not sure what you're looking for exactly. are you looking for a yearbook name, or a yearly yearbook theme? either way, here's a good website that might help you: [Link](Mouse over link to see full location)

you could even name it the cougar book, or something. i also found this stuff: [Link](Mouse over link to see full location)
if you look at that, there are a lot of yearbooks that are simply named "cougar yearbook", which sounds just as cool too. good luck! i hope you find a good name :)

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sizzlinmandolin answered Thursday September 13 2007, 2:20 pm:
Yearbooks usually have kind of weird, but solid, timeless names. Stuff like "Reflections", "Crystal", or "Victory". I think "Victory" is a good one. Something strong, composed, and powerful like your mascot. You don't want to be too original. Remember that it has to be timeless too because the name of the yearbook will stick for all the years your school is around. If you pick something that's really hip and modern, it might sound pretty dumb 20 years down the road. Good luck! :)

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