Welcome back to campus my little Ravens. It is my most sincere desire that you found your Christmas break to be a pleasant treat. As we plunge back into the thick of things, I hope our little publication finds you in good spirits and brings a little bit of warmth to your cold winter Wendesdays. Remember to take care of yourselves. Don’t let the stress make you feel overwhelmed, take a break every now and then and treat yourself.
– Amalia Arms, Co-editor
Another semester is here, and this is my final beginning of the end. As I start the last semester of my undergraduate career, I can’t help but let the nostalgia creep in and the panic begin. Luckily, so many of those around me also claim to have no idea what they’re doing for the rest of their lives, so at least I have other struggling seniors to surround myself with. On a more important note, welcome back! I am confident we can survive the panic and focus more on the joys that life brings.
– Hannah Ader, Co-editor
Whatever this semester brings, we can get through it. Lean on your friends and support each other. Take the time to listen and to learn. Our college experience is happening right now. Take full advantage of the opportunities, resources and community found here at AU.
– Troyer Goldman, Associate Editor
Welcome back, Ravens! I hope you all had a restful break, a Merry Christmas and are ready to kick off second semester. I am so happy to be back at my favorite place. I hope you recieved all you asked for this Christmas… AirPods maybe? I hope that in the midst of the crazy schedules and deadlines you will drink a warm cup of coffee, spend time with friends, listen to your favorite song or go on a hike. It’s so important to do the things you love! Here’s to a great semester, friends!
– Hadley Duke, Assistant Editor
Hello and welcome back to another semester at beautiful Anderson University. I hope the frigid cold does not keep you from opening up a nice warm copy of the Andersonian on Wednesdays. I can’t wait to embark on another sports journey with all of you; the loyal readers. Speaking of sports, how do you not call a pass interference on the Rams? Alvin Kamara was leveled well before the ball arrived. And Dee Ford, how could you line up in the neutral zone the very same play your team picks off a Tom Brady pass. You’re breaking my heart, Dee.
– Jordan Yaney, Sports Editor