Tuesday, May 19, 2015

The Chronicle 2014-15 staff is awesome, congratulations seniors


Congratulations to the tremendous staff of The Chronicle.  Our staff once again performed above and beyond the call of duty.  Thank you for all your hard work and a huge THANKS goes out to our seniors - Sheila (Indiana University), Erin (Johns Hopkins University), "The Stich (University of Cincinnati)," Zane (Bowling Green State University), Sonia (Penn State University), Kelly (The Ohio State University), and Emily (Miami University).

14 comments:

  1. We couldn't have been luckier with the leadership team we had this year to set the path for next year. As cliche as it sounds, it's true that they will be missed dearly for both their contributions to the paper and their unique but incredible personalities. Good luck next year, Class of 2015!

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  2. It was amazing to work with all of these seniors. They all taught me something and were very helpful to me especially as a freshmen. Ill miss you guys, you're all going to go on and do great things!

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  3. I absolutely loved all of our seniors! I could not have asked for a better year with them. I'm so glad I had them to look up too all year! I'll miss all of them so much. I'm so blessed to have had my life touched by them. Thank you seniors.

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  4. Seniors, you have no idea how much of an impact you had on us. Not only as leaders, but as friends, teachers, and motivators. And even though you won't physically be in the class room anymore, you will still be there. You have helped shaped The Chronicle into what it is today. You all have done amazing things, and you're capable of more incredible ones. Make us proud. Once a Chronie always a Chronie.

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  5. I can't even begin to describe how much the seniors served as role models for me. Expect a blog post from me soon expressing this. Please come visit C103 next year!!

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  6. Wow. I made so many friendships this year with the seniors this year that I didn't expect to make. Not only were they great friends and people, they were great role models for me. When I first came on staff, I had no idea what I was doing because I didn't get to go to IU, but Rashika really helped me find my way. I'm so thankful for the seniors that I met this year and for the friendships that will last forever.

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  7. Wow. Unbelievable. Incredible. Unfathomable. Thank you to the seniors for offering your leadership and experience to me this year. Your abilities to produce world-class print and have fun while doing it is the reason behind all of our accomplishments.

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  8. After being with The Chronicle for an entire year now, I can't image my life without the seniors. I may have known some for years (Shoutout to Stich) or like most people, I met this year. However, everyone's had a huge impact on me, and I'm so grateful to have them. In other classes it might seen awkward to have people who are two or three years older, but I've learned that Chronicle is more of a family than just a class. Expect some random jokes from time to time ;)

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  9. SENIORS, you are all so near and dear to my heart. Each one of you has touched my life in some way and I'm going to miss you so much. Even though you won't be in C103 next year, your impact on the paper will remain. I am lucky to know you and I wish you the very best! I know you will go on to do incredible things.

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  10. Seniors,
    You have no idea how much you mean to us. Every one of you was a role model that we could aspire to be. Though today was your left day of school, it wasn't your last day of being on the Chronicle staff. The work and efforts that you have contributed did not only help us this year, but for years to come. And the friendships you form on staff are for a lifetime. Thank you so much for a fantastic year and you will definitely be missed. Congratulations Class of 2015! You made it.

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  11. Seniors, you all know how awesome you are. I have drafted a blog post to celebrate it, but as I am still unearthing embarrassing (and nice, too: don't worry) pictures of each and every one of you, I will just reveal a snippet:

    "It is my turn--our turn--to wish our seniors life. I wish them coffee-stained textbook nights that turn in to mornings, thrice-folded plane tickets tucked in passports, the perfect Katy-Perry-pink high heels or oversized neon kicks for a friend's surprise 21st birthday party...I wish them this environment that they'll leave behind--I wish them family."

    (Check my blog for more in 0.5 days.) Congratulations to the Class of 2015! We will miss you.

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  12. Wow what a great looking group of people! Seniors, although I'm sad I won't see you roaming the halls of MHS next year, I'm happy we don't have any super seniors in the group. Four years is a perfect amount. But thank you all! Each and everyone of you has impacted me this year. Keep on checking back in with the Chronicle I'm so excited to share with you all our next year's accomplishments as well as hear all about yours because I know with this group of people there will be many. Mr.Conner, you prepared them well!

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  13. Love you guys!! I'm so happy to have spent the last two years with you. We've made some great memories together as a staff and I'll miss you all so much. Come visit soon. Have a great time at college. Congratulations!!

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  14. Check out my blog post dedicated to the seniors!!!!

    https://jessicasommerville.wordpress.com/2015/05/22/i-dont-get-to-be-sentimental/

    https://jessicasommerville.wordpress.com/2015/05/22/i-dont-get-to-be-sentimental/

    https://jessicasommerville.wordpress.com/2015/05/22/i-dont-get-to-be-sentimental/

    https://jessicasommerville.wordpress.com/2015/05/22/i-dont-get-to-be-sentimental/

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