Vol. 52, Issue 2: Letter from the Senior Editors

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Vol. 52, Issue 2: Letter from the Senior Editors

Four-year members of our staff, Jenna Anderson and Anna Reinhart.

Four-year members of our staff, Jenna Anderson and Anna Reinhart.

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Four-year members of our staff, Jenna Anderson and Anna Reinhart.

Impact Photo/Joe Photo

Impact Photo/Joe Photo

Four-year members of our staff, Jenna Anderson and Anna Reinhart.

Jenna Anderson and Anna Reinhart

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Ending four years of high school is bittersweet. It’s the end of the crazy pep assemblies, but also the end of eight-hour long school days. The end of fast-walking to class in four minutes and cheering on the football team from the stands. No more dressing up for homecoming week, or asking teachers for permission to go to the restroom. While this seems like an end to a memorable era, we seniors are also about to begin a new and exciting part of our lives. We should carry our high school memories with us, but not dwell on the hardships or wrongdoings. Let’s use this new chapter as a fresh start, to make new friendships, meet new goals and surprise ourselves with our abilities. Class of 2019, it’s been a good one.

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