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I was 14 when the Station Fire broke out in the Angeles National Forest in August, 2009. I remember racing back from a San Diego vacation with my dad when we got a call from our neighbor saying that the firefighters were telling everyone to evacuate. I remember standing in my brothers' room thinking, "What is going to matter most to them?" and piling photo albums in plastic bins to put in the car. I watched the fire climb over the mountain and down upon the house that I had lived in for 10 years.
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And so the cycle begins again. Moving in, catching up with friends, syllabus week, long nights working on a project or studying for a test, and then it all closes with finals.
I’m sitting at the Editor-in-Chief’s desk. It’s still weird to call it mine. This is honestly the first writing piece I’ve done for The Daily Gamecock and this is my sixth semester here. I've always been with photo. I’ve touched design and writing but never had a specific piece to call my own. I planned so much for this first night of production, but so far life has thrown my plans to the curb. Running a daily newspaper will never be the exact definition of smooth. I should have known.
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"Some of our faculty will be blinded by the light when they come out from the underground." — Charles Bierbauer, dean of the College of Mass Communications and Information Studies, on the new journalism school building