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March 16, 2014 by aderenczau

Recently, I just returned from spring break.

This was a good time for me to step away from school and take a much needed break.

While I was on break, I couldn’t help but think of what I have seen this semester.

There have been many things that occurred for me and my blog. I know that there is a limit of how much I can post on here, but I will cut it down to the essentials.

There is one thing that has taken me, and that is how Eagle Eye continues to grow. When the semester started, we were optimistic of how many people we could bring in.

This semester and output from the new members has exceeded our expectations.

New members are anchoring and doing packages; something that is limited at other schools.

The opportunity that we have here is once in a lifetime, and the adage, “you get out what you put in” is extremely relevant for Eagle Eye.

If you want to grow and receive a good job in journalism, Eagle Eye is the place to take that first step.

We still have a few more weeks to go, but that means that I will have more to report about.

I look forward to bringing it to you.


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