December Editor’s Letter 


By Jeannette Carrington 

Dear Readers,  


As we bid farewell to falling leaves and welcome the enchanting snowflakes, December brings with it a symphony of joy and warmth.  

It’s a season of celebration, reflection, and connection—a time to cherish the company of family and friends, savor delicious food, and exchange thoughtful gifts. In the spirit of this festive season, I welcome you to our December issue of The Bridge.  

The End of the Fall Semester  

As we approach the conclusion of another semester, let’s take a moment to acknowledge the hard work, resilience, and accomplishments of our student community.  

Whether you’re wrapping up your finals or eagerly anticipating a well-deserved break, let the end of the fall semester be a time of reflection and celebration.  

Awards from ICCJA  

We are thrilled to announce that The Bridge staff has been honored with awards at the Illinois Community College Journalism Association (ICCJA).  

These accolades are a testament to the dedication and talent of our team. Thank you for your continued support, which propels us to new heights.  

Winter Break Content  

With winter break on the horizon, The Bridge has curated an array of content to keep you engaged and entertained.  

From articles and features to comics and games, we’ve got something for everyone to enjoy during the holiday season.  

As we wrap up 2023, I want to express my gratitude to each of you for being loyal readers of The Bridge. Your support fuels our passion for journalism and student storytelling. We value your feedback and ideas, so please share them with us at  

Wishing you all a joyful holiday season, a restful winter break, and a new year filled with inspiration and success.  

Warm regards,  

Jeannette Carrington   

Editor-in-Chief, The Bridge 

About Jeannette Carrington

Jeannette is Editor-in-Chief. She is pursuing a degree in Graphic Design and a certificate in Photography. After graduation, she plans to expand her photography and graphic design business.
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