The spring semester is coming to a close at last. This past year that I have spent at Hutchinson Community College has brought me a lot of tears, laughter and friends. The tears being from the huge amounts of stress that I am sure we all experience, and the laughter from all the wonderful moments I got to share with my friends, most of them being from The Collegian.
This will not be in any order, just the order that the names come to mind. Pablo Sanchez, the newest member on the staff, I don’t even know where to begin. He never fails to make my day and put a smile on my face. He is like the sunshine on a rainy day, cheesy I know. He has brought out a whole new bubbly side to my personality. I don’t think I have ever laughed so much in my entire life.
Also, It’s not Seth Roger, Pablo.
Amanda Carney, let me tell you, if you have not met her you need too. She is such a wonderful person, I know I can always count her to be there, just like she could count on me, especially when it came to me reminding her about homework and vice versa.
We all know about Brenna Eller and her misfortunes, but if you look past those not so great happenings, she is a wonderful person. She also has funny stories to tell us and some of them seem down right impossible, but the phrase “If there is a will, there is a way” fits perfectly because if there is a chance something wild will happen to her, it will. We also have the same taste in music, so that made last semester’s lab become our personal jam sessions.
Merissa, the jack-of-all-trades. She is the busiest person I have ever met. She could have a plate overflowing of things she needs to get done, and one way or another, she accomplishes it all. Merissa is an inspiring person, and she will do great things when she is off at Kansas State University. It will be different not having her on the paper next semester, but I know they will still produce amazing editions.
I am excited to see what the future holds for each one of us because I know we will all go on to do wonderful things. This may seem like a goodbye, and that’s because it is. I couldn’t think of a better way to do this so here goes. This will be my last semester at HutchCC, sadly to say. I have decided that I want more from life than just going to school, because well, school just isn’t for me. I have decided to pursue a different kind of dream, one that you don’t get staying in one place. I have decided that my time will be better spent in the U.S. Army. It took a lot of thinking to figure out what path I wanted to take, and I have made my final decision. I had a wonderful time working with such wonderful people on The Collegian staff. I have made some unforgettable memories that I will hold near and dear to my heart.