This past semester as your Editor-in-Chief has been the most difficult and incredibly rewarding experience of my life. It’s hard to imagine that I only have one semester left in this role so I’m trying to slow down the time as best I can.
As we say goodbye to this semester we also have to say goodbye to our talented seniors. Our seniors have been the backbone of The Quad for the past four years and it’s so hard to let them go. On a personal note, I am so lucky to have been able to attend MC at the same time as them. They’ve been some of my greatest friends and supporters I’ve ever had. Each of them have not only touched my life but they have helped make The Quad what it is today. Their talent, passion and dedication is nothing short of inspiring.
While our community has gone through so much in the past year, our writers have as well. Despite challenges in their personal lives they still managed to pour their heart and soul into this paper every single week without fail. This family that we have fostered working on the paper has grown both in size and in talent. I am so proud not only as their editor, but most importantly, as their friend.
I cannot wait to be back on campus next semester after a year and a half and I’m looking forward to “do more journalism.”As always, make sure to follow our social media to keep up-to-date with all things Quad-related.
Until next time.
Anna Woods, Editor-in-Chief