COLUMN: Mid-semester musing


Make the most of the last weeks

By Stephen Cook

Here we are, almost in March; the weeks have simply flown by. It’s amazing for me to think that we only have four issues left this semester. These four issues will also be my last as editor-in-chief.

As we approach the halfway mark of the semester, take some time to think back on this academic school year. Are you heading in the direction you want to be? Are you staying on track with your goals? What about those New Year’s resolutions?

My time at the college has gone by in a flash — it’s hard to believe that I’ve been editor-in-chief for almost a year. It’s been great, and I plan on making the remaining weeks something to remember. And you should as well.

This school has many ways you can get involved, especially in areas that tie to your area of study. There are thousands of other students you haven’t met. Your professors are also willing to help, talk and give advice about professional career fields.

Don’t just sit by and use the age-old excuse that you are attending a community college and there’s nothing to do.

Life is all about what you make it. If you want to get involved and have a great time, that is your choice. If you don’t, then that’s up to you as well.

Contact Stephen Cook, editor-in-chief, at


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