I was here at a time of joy and friendship. My time at Nux has not been an easy one; I have dealt with criticism from the student and staff. Through which I believe I have grown to be a better writer, leader and a stronger person. I have also received praise and support from both: members of the student body have shown me great loyalty, which I will forever be grateful for and members of staff have taken concerted interest in my efforts as Editor-in-Chief of Nux. I have constantly said that I do not think I can be a journalist in the world today. I have often felt journalism was compromised. Hence I buried myself in student journalism because it is pure, untainted and liberating. In my time at Nux I have learnt that I am a custodian of conscience and compromised or not I should play my part.
I will always be a Nuxite no matter where I go or what I do, so I hand over this paper that has meant a tremendous amount to me to a formidable team. I have great faith in you guys. Though I am no longer editor of Nux, I am still a writer of Nux. I have come full circle and I would love to just be a writer. So enjoy my last issue as editor, thank you for being an amazing audience and I wish you all the best of luck.
Keep on Trucking