L'Esprit du Duc Yearbook
The Duquesne University yearbook, L'Esprit du Duc, is produced yearly by a team of student editors. The yearbook is always looking for volunteers to work with the editors as they photograph campus events, create page layouts using Jostens, and write/edit text. Volunteers may also have the opportunity to apprentice with an editor and then seek one of those compensated positions the following year.
Interested students are welcome to contact the Editor in Chief at email@example.com or by calling 412.396.6630. DO NOT CONTACT THE ENGLISH DEPARTMENT.
The L'Esprit du Duc office is located in the Duquesne Union 103.
The Yearbook is currently seeking a new Editor in Chief for the 2013/2014 academic year:
The Duquesne University Yearbook, L'Esprit du Duc seeks a hard working and enthusiastic student for the position of Editor in Chief for the 2013-2014 academic year. The position requires a team player and problem solver who is able to meet deadlines and motivate staff. The Editor in Chief will hire, assist, and supervisor all section editors, and is responsible for the Yearbook Office and its equipment. The position requires a minimum of four work hours per week during the academic year, and the Editor is compensated. Contact the current yearbook adviser, Rachel Luckenbill (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions. Freshman, Sophomore, or Junior status preferred. Applicants should submit a resume, cover letter, and transcript to Chris George in 341 College Hall by March 12 at 4:30pm. If we receive more than two applicants for the position, the field will be narrowed to two by the time interviews take place on March 15.