By the time you read this we will only have 20 more days left of classes for the semester, and that’s counting if you’re the rare few who have classes on Fridays. Twenty more days of classes EVER if you’re a senior not attending grad school – like me. Just a few more weeks left of ingesting Winnick grilled chicken after looking for uncooked pink parts. Oh you never did? Bad move, kid. Let the count down begin!
Our entire staff has worked extra hard to deliver a special issue of the Pioneer this week! Not only are we featuring weekly news and events on campus, but this week we’ve inserted the Bottom Line, C.W. Post’s magazine. For those of you who are familiar with the magazine, we deeply apologize for the long stretch. But for those of you who are NOT familiar, I’ll let you in on what it’s all about. The Bottom Line was created by one of my dearest friends and alumni, Connie Karambelas, who believed it was important to not only provide the student body with information on campus but outside of Brookville too. The magazine’s goal is to inform students about international and national news, opinions, sports, features, and entertainment. Interested? Just turn to the middle of the newspaper to get your own inserted section of the Bottom Line. Enjoy!
As for the rest of the paper, we have a lovely tribute to the victims of the Japan tragedy with coverage of the gathering Thursday March 24th at the Interfaith Center. Our hearts go out to those who are suffering. We also have our weekly commuter and community columnists back with some new issues up for discussion. Are you in or are you out? One staff writer reports on why our student body lacks in enthusiasm for events and activities on campus. In opinions, we have our relationship columnist who discusses the importance of communication in relationships. I agree, Kahlil, it is fundamental, yet the most difficult in all relationships. Loomings is here again this week with some interesting movie reviews. And as always we have the latest in what’s going on in the sports department.
Three more issues left of Pioneer this semester! We thank you for all comments, suggestions, grievances etc. This is YOUR paper and our aim from the beginning was to create it just for you. Don’t hesitate to tell us what you need at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Oh, and by the way…HAPPY BIRTHDAY MATTHEW URENA!
Editor in Chief