Fare-well, used to express wishes on parting.
If you use it as a noun it is known as an act of parting or of making someone’s departure, according to Google.
But to me farewell is not saying good-bye; this farewell is an ”I’ll see you later.” As much as I wanted to give up and move back to the Valley and say “farewell, Kingsville.”
I made sure to give it my all. I do not regret any moment I had here at TAMUK. There were a lot of heartaches, headaches, and obstacles. Yet, I knew that by everything I went through, I came back twice as hard to work and play even harder.
I will not forget all of the amazing, intellectual, dedicated people that I’ve met here. My time here at TAMUK has been one for the books. I came in fall 2010 and was majoring in Business Management, until one day I had found a passion in the radio and switched over to Communications.
Dr. Salt (Carl Saltarelli) and Dr. (Edwin) Rowley were my first professors, and I immediately knew I had made the right choice to transition to the Communications Department. If I could leave a thumbprint, it would be to tell everyone not to be discouraged on this journey you are about to embark on. Every, all-nighter, 10-page essay, senior project, and breakup is all worth it. Never settle for less, only for success.