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A Letter from the Editor

Mihaela Mfarej | Writer

My time at LCCC has been time well spent. I’ve refined and clarified my skills, likes and dislikes, started new jobs and found happiness in connecting with my community. A community that shares at least one of the same values as me: education. I owe LCCC partial credit for my success and hope that I leave a good impression of myself and of the college on my current and future workplaces.

Cheyanne and Colleen, my fellow editors, I wish you the best of luck as you progress through the rest of your college careers and beyond. I express my gratitude in the ability to work alongside both of you and hope that our paths cross again in the future.

And the students graduating, congratulations! 

Look at that, we now have TWO things in common with each other. 

I’ve spent a lot of time in recent years thinking about decisions, agonizing over making the ‘right’ decision and ending up making no decision at all. If I could tell younger me anything or pass any advice off, it would be to start making choices, start making decisions. The risk one takes when making a ‘right’ or ‘wrong’ decision is better than not making one at all. 

There’s a chance for redemption or forgiveness, a lesson to be learned when a decision is made. 

Progress cannot occur if indecisiveness is present, life happens when a risk is taken.


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