By: Jolie Wasserman
Since starting as a staff writer in 9th grade, the Bulletin stood as a welcoming environment that I knew I wanted to be part of for the long haul. I’m more of a STEM-oriented student, so writing is not necessarily my “thing” but writing for the Bulletin allowed me to write about what I was genuinely interested in and passionate about. Not being able to meet in-person as a group this year presented the other editors-in-chief obstacles that others had not experienced before us, yet with the help of all of our writers, especially the abundance of underclassmen, we were able to publish five issues. I have no doubt that Gio and Rosie will continue the Bulletin legacy next year, and I would like to thank Ms. Fishman for all her guidance and hard work.