North Carolina Newspapers

    November 15,1995
Campus Opinion
Letter to the Editor:
Congratulatiuons to juniors
Dear Editor:
I am writing to congratulate the
junior class on their victory at this
year’s Cornhuskin’! I am a junior and
have traveled the long road to first
place this year at Cornhuskin’ along
with the rest of the class of ‘ 97.
It took our first two years to learn
together that unity among our class is
what can make it the best. Our co
chairs, Megan and Deborah, used their
powerful leadership and outstanding
motivation to get the junior class
PUMPED UP! In the true Meredith
spirit of hard work, perseverance, and
positive attitude, Megan and Deborah
helped us focus the past learning ex
periences of our class into a determi
nation that obviously could not be
Yes, our Cornhuskin’ performance
was close to perfection, and naturally,
it is human nature for those who do
not win to blame their losses on any
thing but themselves. I speak for the
entire class when I say we, the class of
‘ 97, understand this because we know
how feels to work hard and not achieve
what is “rightfully” ours.
Cornhuskin’ is a time not only for
individual class unity, but unity among
all classes. The classes of ‘ 97 and ‘ 99
congratulate the classes of ‘ 96 and ‘ 98
on a job well done!
A special congratulations to the jun
ior class for this year’s hard-earned vic
tory at Cornhuskin’ 1995!
Sarah Katherine Rumney
Class of 1997
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