|▲ Seo Yoo-jeong (Junior, Economics Major)|
Working two years and a half as a student reporter in The Dongguk Post is finally coming to an end, and I took time to look at things around me lately. Many things have changed and I realized I got so used to the Post life. I always thought I would just be really happy when this moment comes, but it feels weird that I am actually leaving here.
Every new semester, the first thing I checked was whether the schedule of The Dongguk Post such as meeting and typesetting and my personal schedule overlap. It was hard to adjust the schedules since even assignments and exams were behind those. Compared to these regular schedules, occasional news gatherings were much worse. No one would want to set priorities on other activity laying personal affairs aside. However, I am still here writing my last article: swan song.
While working here, I knew there was nothing that I could not handle. I learned how to deal with tons of works to do in limited time and now I cannot believe I am saying this: sometimes meeting new people makes me excited. Maybe this is due to experiences interviewing a lot of people. Furthermore, regularly publishing newspaper helped me use Photoshop and In-design programs well and writing articles has become much easier work to do. To be short, I gained a lot and grew up in the past two years through The Dongguk Post life.
To be honest, I am exhausted regarding those works here these days. My thoughts and emotions are still not organized so it is hard for me to look back on my life here and write “swan song” about what I felt or what I learned. I am not going to deny working here was tough and had to endure many things so far. But, despite these, it was worth it as a student reporter in the Post. Thank you Ji-min and Na-kyung for staying with me. I am sure we really did a great job. Hope one day we could recall all the moments we went through with a smile.
Seo Yoo-jeong email@example.com
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