The First Annual Publications Banquet

The Evergreen Yearbook and Pinnacle Newspaper staff joined together on May 3, 2023 for their first annual publications banquet. Guests and staff had time to hang out, eat, take photos, claim awards, and watch a live performance by “OldJeans.”

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  • Yearbook staff members and guests gather together to take a photo in celebration of the completion of the 2022-2023 yearbook.

  • In another photo, staff members and guests pose playfully.

  • Posing again, the staff members prepare for a photo.

  • The 2022-2023 staff and future members position themselves for a photo.

  • The current 2022-2023 staff poses for the photo. Top Row: Junior Emillie Siv and seniors Nyta Prom, Geraldine Cruz-Hernandez, and Jessica Mai. Bottom Row: Junior Linh Nguyen, freshman James Rahman, senior Thai Tran, and freshman Eddy Garcia Aquino.

  • Lastly, the 2022-2023 staff members pose together for a silly photo.

  • Senior Jo Hernandez holds up the phone for a group photo with staff and guests.

  • Seniors Jessica Mai, Alison Doan, and Lindsay Do looks at the menu for dinner.

  • Freshman Joanne Bach, junior Lauren Garcia, senior Andres Gonzalez, and senior Anthony Van sit at a table waiting for dinner to be served and conversed.

  • Freshmen James Rahman and Eddy Garcia Aquino talks to senior Nyta Prom about the upcoming dance performance.

  • Near the end of the banquet, staff members senior Thai Tran and junior Emillie Siv, along with guests senior Andres Gonzalez, senior Thomas Hoang, and senior Jo Hernandez perform their dance cover of “OMG” by Newjeans. Their group name was OldJeans.

  • Members of “OldJeans” dance to the pre-chorus of “OMG.”

  • Performing the chorus, all the dance members smile uncontrollably by the ridiculousness of the unorganized dance.

  • Members of “OldJeans” seniors Thai Tran, Andres Gonzalez, Jo Hernandez, and junior Emillie Siv dances to the third chorus of, “OMG.”

  • Finishing up their dance, “OldJeans” mimics the original pose that NewJeans does at the end of their performances.