Welcome back, John Cabot Community!
I hope you had a good winter break and are ready for the new exciting semester ahead of us.
The Matthew is thrilled to be back with a new team! Our all-female board (with male help from Joey and Joel) has worked hard to put the newspaper together. I hope that from reading this issue your further engage with the diverse stories and insights from our JCU community, and with the voices here represented.
We kept many of the parts that made The Matthew popular last semester, like the controversial “Shattering Stigmas” monthly article on a taboo topic, fun comics, as well as the Ms Cabot section. This rst Spring issue has new sections too: we have put together a full page dedicated to clubs because we believe a lot of students need a little more guidance on clubs to join and events to attend. So, make the most out of it guys!
I would like to thank with all my heart our amazing advisor, Professor Elizabeth Macias Gutierrez for her enthusiasm andgreat ideas. She is a true inspiration for us. And, today, February 6, I’d like to wish a happy birthday to a beautiful soul and a real role model for me. She knows: HBJ!!
Feel free to send us comments, and if you wish to write for us, please do not hesitate to stop us around campus or email us.
Stay tuned for next month’s newscast, making JCU history.
Read the issue online here: thematthewissue-febr