The end is near

By CALEB WILKIE

Features Editor

Students, prepare yourselves because summer is coming. Grab your sunscreen, tank tops, board shorts and beach towels and get ready to relieve a bit of your stress. 

The homework will be done for three months.  That’s quite a bit of time on your hands. You will no longer have to worry about those pesky online Spanish assignments that seem to pile up every day or those never ending math problems where you have to find X.  Math, we’re tired of looking for your ex. Its time to move on. No more essays to worry about or shows to produce. It will be here before you know it.

That all sounds good, but there is one more obstacle we have to face, final exams. That’s right, I said it. Finals.  

Don’t stress though, it will be alright as long as you have worked hard all year. Maybe that hard professor will give a 30 point curve on your final…. probably not. Study hard, but don’t over do it. Schedule in some free time for a game of pool or volleyball, watch a baseball game or the other alternative, Netflix. Just as long as one episode doesn’t turn into ten seasons of Friends.

At the end of the semester, after some excruciating finals, many other things are ending, too. 

For example, this is the last issue of the Navigator for the 2014-2015 school year. Now, that is weird! 

The year has flown by, and I have enjoyed producing the features section this semester. Although it has had its ups and quite a bit of downs, a small part of me will miss putting together this section. 

At the beginning of the semester, I had no clue what I was doing. The only time I had ever written for any school paper was at the end of last semester. Little did I know, that one article would turn into a position on the Navigator. 

Although, I was given this opportunity, I feel I have gone as far as I can go and will be leaving the Navigator. The section will be in good hands with Lauren Bartlett, the current Living editor, taking over my position.  

If any student wants to write for the paper, these new editors would love to have content for their page. Don’t be too scared to report a story. Good luck to Lauren, Janie and the new Navigator staff in the 2015-2016 school year.