Illustration by Darlene Maes
Dear Toro Community,
My name is Jordan Darling and many of you do not know me, but those who do know that I can be very intense and very passionate about the news and can sometimes be a little too intense.
It has been my pleasure to serve as Editor-in-Chief of the Bulletin throughout the past two semesters and I have enjoyed working on each issue and pursuing the stories that I felt greatly affected our campus.
Last night, while I was putting together the lead news story for our digital-only issue this week (which you can read by clicking on our Issuu link on our home page; although we need to update it to reflect the following, so it may not be live when you read this) I received the same email many of you got.
Our classes have been suspended until next week and we will be receiving alternative instruction throughout the rest of the spring semester.
This is my last semester here at Dominguez Hills and I know that many of you share my frustration at having our lives and education turned upside down to accommodate the coronavirus.
I want to assure the entire Toro nation that the Bulletin will continue to put out the news throughout the rest of the semester, both through our digital-issue only issues, which are basically the print version online, and our website.
Although we will not publish a print issue for rest of the semester, we are determined to keep you updated on the status of our beloved campus throughout this time.
WE WILL stay as active as possible and keep our ears to the ground to continue updating the community on the news.
For our next digital-issue only, which will be published next Wednesday, we would like to open it up to all members of the campus community. If you want to share your thoughts on this unprecedented situation, please contact us through our social media, our email (email@example.com) or my personal email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will most likely have to edit for length (even a digital issue can only fit so much copy) but we will do our best to relay your thoughts.
We will get through this. Stay safe.