Nothing to do with food, but hey I do other things besides eat.
As I embark on my final blog post, I want to give fair warning that this will not have much to do with food. Graduation is merely a week away, and it’s all that is ever on my mind. Sure, I’m excited I’ve achieved such an accomplishment. However, I’m graduating a semester earlier than the majority of my friends, and I’m struggling with it.
That being said, one of the greatest chapters of my life is coming to an end—not just college itself. My experience at KOMU-TV. I guess you could say working at KOMU has a lot to do with food as during every producing shift all I do is eat, and someone’s bound to bring in some goodies. I’ve lost count of how many Shakespeare’s pizza parties or Heidelberg outings we’ve had as a group.
As I look back on my experience as a reporter and producer in college, I have nothing but fond memories. Sure, there was the stress and the days that didn’t go as planned, but that’s not what I remember most. I remember moments like this:
The picture above is the Wednesday night crew: producers, reporters, anchors, and faculty members. I’ve worked with these folks every Wednesday night for the past 16 weeks, and they have made my last semester here the best it can be. Whether we’re trying to find people to go pick up dinner for us or stressing out about the job hunt, I look forward to every shift.
I apologize this post doesn’t have much to do with anything food, but I’m feeling sentimental.