I would like to start off by saying thank you to all of our readers for your continued support of volume 6 of the Lutrinae.
With the unexpected passing of our former faculty advisor, Sara Gobets, we definitely started out rough but I am immensely proud of everything the Lutrinae team accomplished this year and feel like we made a newspaper she would be proud of. I am thankful for all of the hard work the staff has put into the Lutrinae and especially grateful to Dave Kellogg for stepping into the advisor role.
I joined the Lutrinae team during my first semester at California State University, Monterey Bay (CSUMB) as the assistant editor and cannot express how much being a part of this team has meant to me. Being part of the Lutrinae team was the highlight of my time at CSUMB. I’ve learned so much through my various roles on the staff and I am excited to take everything I’ve learned and apply it to my career moving forward.
I encourage the people chosen to take on leadership roles for volume 7 to continue to make the Lutrinae the best it can be and give it everything they have to offer. I am excited to see what the future holds for the Lutrinae and I hope future staff members will enjoy their time on this paper as much as I have.
The Lutrinae will be going on hiatus over the summer but will be back with volume 7 at the start of the fall semester. I wish you all the best of luck on finals and hope you have a wonderful break – and to my fellow graduates, congratulations!
Once again, I would just like to say a huge thank you to all of our readers for the continued support. The past four years wouldn’t have been the same without the Lutrinae.
The Lutrinae editor-in-chief