End of the Year

Elissa Sanci

It’s the end of the year already? It’s hard to believe my sophomore year of college is coming to an end. Just yesterday it felt as though I was a freshman, writing my first article for The Charger Bulletin, and now, I’m getting ready to assume the position of Assistant Editor.


I’m incredibly honored to be The Charger Bulletin’s Assistant Editor for the upcoming academic year. It’s crazy to think that next year, one of the desks in the Office of Student Activities will be mine, and that I’ll be able to leave my mark on the University of New Haven in bigger ways than I ever thought I could.

This past year has been a great one for The Charger Bulletin; we traveled to San Diego to attend a conference that helped us improve our layout. Now, our paper looks better than it ever has before, thanks to Editor-in-Chief Liana Teixeira and Assistant Editor Samantha Mathewson.

Next year will be strange not having Liana around. When I first met Liana, I was a timid freshman interested in writing for the paper, but scared to speak up. Liana saw potential in me from day one, and for that I’m thankful. Over the past few years, Liana and I have grown closer, and I’m going to miss her and everything she does for The Charger Bulletin and UNH.

I’d also like to congratulate Sam, who will be the Editor-in-Chief next academic year. I look forward to long hours in the office with her, and I know she’ll do a fantastic job at taking over for Liana. I just hope that I’ll do her justice as I fill in her current position. I have faith in the both of us to do wonderful things for the newspaper.