As we dive into another semester at Salt Lake Community College, I challenge you to take a leap.
I’m the new editor-in-chief of The Globe, and this is one of the biggest leaps I’ve taken yet. I started at SLCC as an anxious but eager freshman five semesters ago with a vague idea about what mark I wanted to leave on the world.
Fresh out of my first classes, I started at The Globe as the layout designer. Fast forward to today, and I am writing to you from the helm of the student-run newspaper that helped shape me into who I am now.
And at first, I was scared to take on this role with such an impact on the students and the community. That was how I knew taking on this job and leadership role was the exact thing I needed to do.
Your time at SLCC is meant for making those big decisions, making a mess or two and trying things you never thought were in the realm of possibility. Jump into the unknown and come out on the other side a little bit wiser and stronger. As I face challenges in this new role, I invite you to join me on a journey.
It can be easy to ignore the big moments in life when they appear — to say that you’ll accept them when they come around again. But I say differently. This semester, when these opportunities come, whether personal, career-based or educational, take them! Taking a chance on yourself and your future can turn your time at SLCC into something not only memorable, but life changing.
Moving into this new semester with the most dedicated and hardworking staff, we are proud to announce a relaunch of the Globe website. It will have a brand-new look and feel that reflects the voices and views of the Bruin community in the best way possible, with easy access at the same domain name of globeslcc.com.
Check out our digital content online, pick up a print issue, and be a part of student media sharing student voices and views.
Editor-In-Chief, The Globe Newspaper