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Paul Wong

The time has come, yet again. Time for us Daily seniors to say goodbye: to campus, to the Daily, to lawsuits, Ed Martin, weekends on the road, boycotts, terrorists, free video games, rallies and to our second home — 420 Maynard.
Maybe life will now move on. After all, video games are becoming a daily activity. Sleep will no longer be a thing of the past. Gosh, we all may become “normal.”
Desirable as a normal life may be, the memories of the past four years will always remain. Regardless of race, ethnicity, gender or religious affiliation, we thank you for making this experience one to remember and treasure. It truly is a once-in-a-lifetime thing. To Louie and the class of 2004, good luck — it is a long road ahead of you, but one you will never forget. Enjoy it while it lasts and good luck!
— The class of 2003.

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