Now I am finally leaving the Bulletin. I have spent almost my entire university life at the Bulletin. I knew that the time of my leaving would come (and I sometimes hoped that it would come as soon as possible), but when the time really came, I felt sadness. There were many nice people who stayed by my side and supported me. I especially want to thank my friends (at the same time they are my colleagues) for being my best friends and not leaving the Bulletin even though there were lots of trials and tribulations. When I felt blue, they encouraged me and when I felt happy, they congratulated me, and that is how I survived this hectic schedule. Every meeting leads to a parting, and I now have to leave the Bulletin. However, I will continue to read our magazine and support my juniors to become better reporters. I am sure that they are going to do well at keeping the Bulletin as one of the best university English journals and as well as trying to record the history of our university. Three years at The Konkuk Bulletin was a worthwhile time. Thank you so much. Goodbye, Bulletin.
After the hot summer was over, the fall has begun to arrive. My three-year career as a Bulletiner is ending. Somehow this summer was more intense than the last two years, and this fall is likely to be colder. During my three years, there were three summers and falls and there were many events. Sometimes I wanted to give up, but I was so happy that I wanted to continue this life. Although I have been accustomed to the time and process of making the Bulletin with Bulletiners, it is time to complete my Bulletin life. I now finished at The Konkuk Bulletin, but it is not true that I am not a Bulletiner anymore, and my efforts and memories will not be lost. At this moment, I am grateful to the 43th and 44th who led me, and to the 46th and 47th who followed us. Furthermore, most of all, I really thank the 45th for supporting me for three years. As I quit the activity that was the center of my college life, I feel emptiness even though a new beginning is waiting. Nevertheless, I have to say goodbye to The Konkuk Bulletin to start a new life. Thanks to the readers for joining us and good bye, The Konkuk Bulletin.
Time is limited. I decided to spend more than half of my university life on Bulletin. Three years as a Bulletiner were never a short time, but it was very worthwhile to me. Although there were series of hard days when I stayed up all night writing articles and resolving disagreements with others, I have no regrets because I was able to get to know myself and what I am capable of. I just loved spending time watching YouTube and Instagram. While others may think it is just a waste of time, I have found myself becoming interested in influencers and SNS marketing. If I had not looked back my life to write the articles, how could I really know what I want to do? I think it would be difficult. I also learned about the meaning of community thanks to the other reporters who complemented each other rather than blamed, even though I occasionally had problems. It is hard to put three years of the Bulletin into a single paragraph, but I would like to say it is a precious memory knowing that I tried my best without regret.
Do Hyo-young, Editor email@example.com
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