Emanda Seifu’s Senior Farewell
For a class that revolves around writing, there aren’t enough words to sum up journalism. Accidentally signing up to be a part of the Cavalcade was the greatest decision I made. I will especially miss the people who made being a part of the publication special. Over the past four years, I have made memories I will never forget and forged wonderful friendships.
Even with all the uncertainties we’ve all faced in the past year, the Cavalcade remained resilient thanks to the wonderful community. This year, we were able to once again transform the publication to create our school’s very first online newspaper.
I am honored to have had the opportunity to be Chief and work alongside a cohort of Woodson’s brightest and talented students. Thank you to the staff for always making journalism the best class packed with laughter and excitement even in virtual school. Thank you to the section editors for your diligence and understanding throughout this unique year.
Thank you to my co-Chief Tamara Nguyen for your endless optimism and inspiration. I couldn’t have done it without you; I will forever cherish our midnight calls and memories we made. Thank you Mr. Springer for making Journalism the absolute best class with your jokes and wisdom- journalism is lucky to have you as an advisor.I am certain that the Cavalcade will always be in good hands. Journalism is a community with amazing people who are passionate and driven; I am forever grateful that I had the opportunity to be a part of it. I wish all the best to next year’s staff and I can’t wait to see where the Cavalcade goes next.