This post provides a download of Swansong ’89, the annual Stirling College magazine published in 1989.
The magazine was produced by Year 12 students in the days before digital composition. Each page was laid out on paper by hand!
|Cover Title||Swansong '89|
|Publication Title||Stirling College Magazine 1989|
|Publication Format||A4 - 210 mm × 297 mm (8.27 in × 11.7 in)|
|Number of Pages||78 + cover|
|Editors||Loredana Brinis-Norris, Alison Caroll, Carol Falls, Michael Hinchey, Catherine Laverty, Katherine Lord, Kylie Smith, Fiona Willson|
|Cover Artwork||Brian Kavanagh|
- Principal’s Message
- Farewell to Ian Collier
- Swansong Editorial
- Student Representative Council Report
- Questacon Lectures
- Stirling College Staff
- Registered Courses
- Tawdry Audrey’s Performing Arts Café
- Formal Committee
- Health Ed
- Principal’s Profile
- Library Satire
- Media Studies
- Year 12 Photos
- Theatre Experience
- ACT Zone Athletics
- Inter-School Christian Fellowship
- Year 11 Photos
- Major Events
I scanned the original copy of my magazine at 600 dpi, applied Optical Character Recognition (OCR), removed all hand written autographs and other noticeable “artefacts”, and saved the result in Adobe PDF format.
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