All good things must come to an end and The Oswegonian is no different. However, we’ll be back in the fall. This is the final issue of the year for us and this year has been fantastic.
Some of us only spent a year on staff. Others will be ending a three-year tenure. Our coverage of the Oswego State campus, community and the local off-campus community have been excellent and we cannot wait for what the next staff has in store for you.
We wish the best of luck to our seniors graduating in May; Seamus Lyman, our editor-in-chief; Amanda Bintz, our managing editor; Luke Parsnow, our news editor; Ronel Puello, our Laker Review editor; David Armelino, our opinion editor; Taylor Clock, our photo director; Lily Choi, our creative director; three of our copy editors Stephanie Mirambeaux, Cassidy Carroll and Peter J. Hanley; Aaron Millard, our business manager and Dianora DeMarco, our advertising manager. You have all done great things serving the student body of Oswego State and are moving on to bigger and better accomplishments.
This staff helped carry The Oswegonian into its 80th year of publication and some will stay behind to see it through this historic milestone.
Andrew Pugliese, formerly the sports editor, will lead the staff as editor-in-chief, while JoAnn DeLauter, formerly the assistant news editor, will step up to take over as news editor. Heather Clark, former assistant Laker Review editor, will become the Laker Review editor. Riley Ackley and Arielle Schunk will return to their current roles of promotional director and multimedia editor, respectively. Joining them will be a new staff who we think will help continue the tradition of reporting on this campus for the student body.
Of course without you, the readers, all of this would not be possible. We are appreciative of those who took the time to pick up a copy of The Oswegonian every week. We hope those of you returning in the fall will continue to pick up a copy. Also, keep checking Oswegonian.com, our Twitter (@TheOswegonian) and Facebook page for more updates as the semester draws to a close.
Oswego State’s seniors are going to make us all proud to call ourselves Lakers. We hope you all enjoy the rest of the semester and have a fun and productive summer.