Merrimack Life #Infographics

“First-Year College Survival Guide,” by Christina Sagarino & Kristen Bania

First Year College Survival Guide

“Merrimack Orientation 2015,” by Geoffrey Dion & Devon Rauth

Merrimack Orientation

“Merrimack Football 2015 Season Review,” by Marisa DeLuca & Ryan Kacenski

“The Beacon: Merrimack College’s Student Newspaper,” by Skye Stewart & James Wegman

“The Merrimack College Chinese Students’ Organization,” by Yuyao Ji & Weizhou Wang

5 thoughts on “Merrimack Life #Infographics

  1. jules109 December 2, 2015 / 4:32 pm

    Both of these infographics were very well done. Each of them were displayed in a nice orderly fashion and kept me wanting to read more and gain more information about each of the topics. They also had great use of font size and types which is important when creating an infographic because you want the key data points to stand out and get the readers attention. Also there was a good use of photos and icons to visually display the data points.

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  2. James Wegman December 4, 2015 / 12:54 am

    I think that these infographics were very well done, as was everyone’s was. I like how the First-Year survival guide is laid out, giving you perfect, humorous tips how to deal with the struggles. Much more detailed than any BuzzFeed article. However, I also like how simple the second is also. It gives you the statistics and numbers right then and there for a quick read. Each infographic had a perfect use of visuals and descriptions to complement the styles and colors.


  3. Craig Wyszomirski December 15, 2015 / 12:19 am

    This should be a poster in the Sak. It’s funny because I have lived by a bunch of these and I know many people that have done so as well. Sadly, I haven’t been able to find any rainboots that look good on me.


  4. Andie-Jane Phinney March 1, 2016 / 1:10 am

    I found the first year survival guide to be awesome! These items are something that, before entering college, really did not have much of an importance to me. Now that I have been in college for four years, all of these items seemed to be so relevant in many occasions. The layout was done very well, and the small humor in each was great. This really should be posted around school!


  5. Maria May 10, 2016 / 11:39 pm

    It is hard not to relate to these! They are very clean, well organized, and easy to read.

    Whatever college you go, the survival guide is helpful no matter what college you go to – they are definite must-haves, particularly the flip-flops! I like the second infographic because you’re reading and learning about the college you are attending; when you go away to college, you’re joining a community, whether you realize it or not, learning more about it makes you feel closer to the institution and its students!


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