The time to say good-bye has come. It is the moment that every college student has been waiting for four long years.
I feel happy but sad at the same time. In my situation it has been a long journey full of achievements and disappointments.
There were times when I wanted to stop what I was doing and give up.
Luckily, people supported me and motivated me to keep on following my goals.
Thanks to God and my family I was able to get through this, they have always been my biggest supporters and I’m so thankful for that.
My years at Texas A&M University-Kingsville were the best of my life as I had the opportunity to interact with a group of professional individuals at The South Texan and The Javelina Broadcast Network.
Coming to TAMUK is definitely one of the best decisions I have ever made in my life. Getting involved with the newspaper was the best choice I’ve made.
At first I was very scared and wanted to quit, but later I decided to just try my best and do it, which I did and it turned out to be a great experience.
I’m thankful for the opportunity given to me by the Chief Editor to serve as the Spanish Editor and Chief Reporter.
I came into this knowing nothing and I’m leaving with a lot of knowledge. There are too many people to mention and too little space, so I just want to thank everyone who has helped, inspired or motivated me.
Without y’all I wouldn’t be here. Thank You!