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An Updated List of Yearbook Senior Superlatives for the 21st Century.
BY Rachel Klein
Most Likely to Open an Etsy Homemade Scarf Shop
Most Likely to Hold More Than One Impractical Masters Degrees
Future Wes Anderson/Lena Dunham
Best Twitter Feed
Most Likely to Start Taking Improv Classes at the Age of 35
Most Ironic Facebook Presence
Most Likely to Buy a House on the Same Block as Her Parents and Teach Part-Time at Her Old Elementary School While Her Husband Works in Finance and Everyone’s Like, “What Happened to Your Dream of Being an Architect, Amy?”
Most Likely to Own and Operate a Food Truck in Austin, TX
Future TED Talker
SUGGESTED READSList: Common Phrases Not Written in My High-School Yearbook, for a Multitude of Reasons
by Colleen Doyle (4/14/2006)
List: Key to High School Yearbook Abbreviations, Updated and Expanded
by Marc Tyler Nobleman (6/11/2009)
Back-to-School Week: Ideas For Yet More Film Adaptations of Classic Novels, Updated and Set in a High School
by Keith Bunin (9/15/2000)
RECENTLYSenior Year is Totally Gonna Rule Because After That My Life is Going to Be an Endless Abyss of Longing!
by Lane Moore (5/24/2013)
Open Letters: An Open Letter to the Hot Canadian Zumba Teacher Who Pulled Me Onstage After My Mother Died
by Christine Schrum (5/24/2013)
The 49ers: Oral Histories of Americans Facing 50: The 49ers, #119: Kathryn Harrison
by Rob Trucks (5/24/2013)
POPULARI Would Like to Be Pope
by John Ortved (2/25/2013)
Monologue: I’m Comic Sans, Asshole.
by Mike Lacher (6/15/2010)
Nate Silver Offers Up a Statistical Analysis of Your Failing Relationship
by Jory John (2/26/2013)