We’ll see you next semester

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April 24, 2014 by aderenczau

Monday marked the final show of the semester for Eagle Eye News.

The show was hosted by some of the graduating seniors.

It was a fitting way to end their careers at Auburn University and enter into the working world.

Next semester will usher in a new batch of students who are hungry to gain experience in the journalism world.

The overwhelming consensus from those who will receive their diplomas in the coming months is that Eagle Eye was the best thing they did in their time at Auburn.

I agree with them 100 percent.

I know that when I graduate next May, I will say the same thing on the senior news show.


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