Goodbye from The Parthenon staff
Published: Thursday, May 2, 2013
Updated: Thursday, May 2, 2013 23:05
This is the final regular edition of The Parthenon for the semester, and as we say goodbye to another semester, several of us here at The Parthenon are preparing to graduate and move on to the real world.
It is a scary thought not knowing what the future holds. Leaving a familiar area and friends we have made throughout college is not going to be easy, but it is the inevitable. The world is at our fingertips and at this point, literally anything can happen.
Being a part of The Parthenon is not an opportunity everyone gets, and we are all aware of how lucky we are to have had a hand in the making of this daily publication.
With the stress of putting this newspaper together five nights a week on top of normal school work, all of the editors have become a family. Through good times and bad, a bond has been created that will be difficult to replicate with any other group of people.
This semester we have collectively spent hundreds of hours together, which has resulted in some crazy moments, both amongst ourselves and the news stories that have occurred on campus throughout the course of the semester.
Not all of us are leaving, so you will still see some familiar names in the fall. But, for now, we want to wish the student body good luck on your final exams, and have a fantastic summer.
Go on adventures, have the time of your life, take risks, do not have any regrets. For those of you walking across the stage on May 11, congratulations. For everyone else, remember your time here will go by faster than you think, so enjoy it while you can.
It has been a joy providing the news of Marshall University for you, so, until next time — good night, and good luck.