Emily Allgair, Editor
Saying goodbye can be difficult. In fact, it can be one of the most difficult things to do at this point in our young adult lives. Saying goodbye can also be one of the easiest, least stressful things possible.
Let’s be honest, we’ve all ghosted someone in some capacity. Whether it’s that weird guy you met on said dating app that won’t stop messaging you even though you sent a one word answer once, or it’s that possible employer who didn’t seem to have their stuff together and you decided you actually don’t want to work for them but didn’t know how to say it professionally, or even that weird girl who asked for your number in your Stat class, you have ghosted someone.
Maybe you’re sitting here thinking that’s not your style. Okay. But you’ve definitely done this in some capacity to someone once.
So when May 13th rolls around, remember this cold-heartedness that we all know you’re capable of and Irish-goodbye some of those people you’ve met over the course of your time here at La Salle.
With that being said, it has been my pleasure to be your 2022-2023 Satire Section Editor. For those of you who are not graduating (and even if you are), be sure to tune in to the Collegian come this fall. Until next time.
Editor’s Note: Don’t actually leave without saying goodbye. Some of these people really helped shape your last four years and they deserve to know what they mean to you. Keep in touch if you can, and if you can’t, at least send them off with good thoughts.