Farewell, A&E


To the readers of the Cavchronline,

These past two years with the publication have taught me a lot, not only about myself but also about my fellow students. From the original Jcrew that took me under their wing when I first joined, too scared to talk to the upperclassman and now to the second Jcrew that formed senior year with those of us who continued to carry on the paper. From working as a contributor during my free period to becoming Entertainment editor I am thankful for the opportunity I have been given. I can’t even imagine how different my high school career would have been had I not rediscovered my love for journalism. We truly became a family and I appreciate all the good times we had in lab 141. Not only did I find a family but I also learned countless valuable skills that will not only help me if I chose to further pursue journalism but also just with writing in general. I would like to thank Ms. I, our beloved advisor for all that she has done for us and for all the time she has spent baking us food and helping us to become better students. My wish for the publication in the future is that the upcoming grades can form a bond such as we did and only continue to grow and expand upon the new online version, the Cavchronline. Best of luck to everyone, I’ll miss you all!

Lauria Patz

Entertainment Editor, CavChronLINE
HBHS, Class of 2014
University of Vermont, Class of 2018