Victoria Chiu, Editor
Deborah Yee, Editor
It’s the end of the school year, and for the two of us, along with the rest of our graduating class, it’s the end of our journey at MAC and the time for us to make the change from students to alumni. This’ll be the very last post from the newspaper-turned-weblog’s founding management and the final entry of Macsource’s inaugural digital year, and we want to use it to say goodbye. And, well, some other stuff, too.
The editors at Macsource have worked tirelessly to keep the MAC community updated and engaged all throughout the 2014-2015 school year, and we want to thank you, the readers, for your support. Thank you for making it all worthwhile. Thank you for reading and sharing and liking our stuff and retweeting and commenting. It means the world to us. Thank you to anyone who has ever said a kind word about the site to us, and to all our administrative support and every member of our valuable roster of contributors. You all helped develop and build upon Macsource, and your efforts aided us immeasurably.
By the way—if it seems like we’re a little over-sentimental about Macsource, it’s probably because it’s true. We created this site and worked on it from its inception, and it became our own personal project as well as a service we did to the school. We put in hundreds of hours to designing the website, organizing meetings, advertising, scheduling articles, and editing every single one of the over two hundred articles that ever went up onto this site, along with writing for it from time to time. And it’s nice to know that the student body really benefitted from all that time, all that effort. That’s all we ever wanted.
And goodbye—for now.
Macsource will return with new management in the 2015-2016 school year.