March 3, 2016

FROM THE EDITOR: Goodbye to Sunny Nights

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p class=”p1″>We have finally arrived at the conclusion of the 133rd Editorial Board’s time at The Sun. Over the past year, we’ve worked tirelessly to bring you, our loyal readers, the latest in Cornell news, athletics and culture. With you, we saw significant change occur at the University, from our sesquicentennial and President Elizabeth Garrett’s inauguration to the creation of a new college and dozens of other notable events. With the launch of our new website, The Sun took the next step towards delivering news in a way that will resonate with Cornellians and Ithacans for years to come.

The members of the 133rd Editorial Board of this institution are some of the most accomplished, dedicated people at Cornell, and working with them has been an absolute privilege for me. And to the members who will eventually make up the 134th: I am so proud of the work you have done over the past six weeks, which have been one of The Sun’s most transformative periods during my time on the Hill. I cannot wait to sit back as a proud alumnus and admire your work.

Over the past four years, I have been fortunate to meet hundreds of amazing Cornellians from across campus and all walks of life. My experience at The Sun has afforded me opportunities that I would not have imagined, and I am forever grateful for them. Our organization has a lot of work to do moving forward, but I am certain this venerable institution will continue to reinvent itself for the benefit of all.

To the Hill!

— T.R.A.