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What is 'Vox Anni'?

posted Oct 2, 2015, 4:37 AM by Chad McGowan   [ updated Oct 2, 2015, 4:38 AM ]
It is no surprise in today's culture that we do not offer Latin here at AHS, but the original Romantic language is infused in words all around us. Looking at the title of the Ashland High School yearbook we can see that Vox Anni is not English and appears to be Latin in origin. A little research on the title gives us the following translation:

Google translate for Vox Anni
We are "The Voice of the Year". We embody that by producing a book every year that reflects the student body population and its diversity in interests, backgrounds, abilities, and school spirit. The name 'Vox Anni' was given to the book in its infancy. We have an archive of books dating back to the 1950s and by the 1970s our book was titled Vox Anni. We use this name, both as tradition and as a way to emphasize what it is we provide by doing a yearbook each and every year.

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