The answer is (c). The first yearbook was published
in 1905 and was called The Cottontail.
The next year, the yearbook name changed to The Yucca
through a school-wide vote. The yucca is a plant that is indigenous to Texas.
The tradition of The Yucca lasted until 1974.
The university had a small "Senior's Yearbook"
called Wings that was published in 1977, 1979 and 1980.
The current name, Aerie, was chosen in 1982. Aerie
is the nest of a bird, such as an eagle, built on a cliff or other high place.
The Aerie yearbook celebrates its 21st anniversary in 2003.