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Graduate Goodbyes: Chad Stone

Hey there VSU,

I just want to start off this letter by saying thank you. When I first transferred to this campus from Gainesville State College, I was hesitant to journey outside of my limited comfort zone. I had my friends that I had known for years from high school, but that was about it. That all changed when I enrolled in the journalism program.

I know that the journalism program is small here at VSU, but I have met so many good friends and professors that have motivated me to be all I can be. Before I came here I didn’t aim much for my future, but thanks to this program, the Spectator and this amazing university, I have a better idea of what I want to achieve in my life. I can’t wait to go out into the field and continue to master the multitude of skills I have learned.

So once again I just want to say thank you to all people involved in the journalism program here at VSU and everyone that helped make the Spectator into a product that I am proud to be a part of.

Chad Stone
Development Editor 

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