Letter From the Editor

Life has honestly been quite good recently. After being at home in a strict quarantine my entire sophomore year I really feel like I have been able to blossom this semester. 

Living on my own, in my own house, has given me so much freedom. I take random trips to visit the aspens changing colors after class. I spend time with my fellow club members exploring pumpkin patches. I meet up with old friends to catch up over coffee downtown. I am living the life freshman Emily dreamed of. 

I am passionate about what I’m learning in my classes. When I have a break between meetings I eat my lunch at north quad watching all the yellow leaves fall while listening to a podcast. My love for a solid iced caramel latte has only been reinforced by late-night due dates and tests. 

Genuinely, I am thriving. I love the balance I have found with school, work and still participating in extracurricular activities. I am doing great in all my classes and with the holidays coming up life is only going to get better from here (unless the insane Flagstaff wind continues, then it may go downhill).

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