As much as it pains us to say, that’s all folks. Seeing as though it’s our final issue, we would like to bid you farewell. We’re not going to give you a huge spiel, just a few parting words from all of us.
Catherine Moore (Head Editor):
My role has meant that contributors did not know me as well as the others but I was there lurking, promoting and fixing up the cracks. The UniLife staff and board, and all the businesses associated with us knew me better so I have a few words; UniLife: pay the mag team A LOT better next year; NewStyle Printing (Luke): you’re a champion among champions; and to everyone else: thank you. Also to my team, you’ve been awesome.
Tom Angley (Chief of Staff ):
Aaaand it’s gone. My reign of terror as Chief of Uni(Life Magazine) has come to an abrupt, violent end. To my fans, rest assured I shall return one day – bigger and better than ever. To my enemies, well…suck my ticket. My ticket to SUCCESS! Don’t cry for me, I’m already dead.
Sam Smith (Web Editor):
Goodbye cruel UniLife world. As the saying goes, all good things must come to an end; my time as the random guy who doesn’t really have a role but is part of the team anyway included. With my final, heart-wrenchingly tragic last breath, I’d just like to thank all of our contributors and readers this year. Give yourselves a well deserved caress. RIP Samuel Smith.
Sean Courtney (Graphic Designer):
Sean’s inability to articulate (he’s a visual kinda guy) meant I – the Chief – have offered to summarise his year that was in a few short words: he had fun.