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It both sad­dens me and ex­cites me to write this, but my time at the Cambridge Edi­tion has come to and end. I have ac­cepted the role of me­dia and pub­li­ca­tions ad­viser at St Peter’s School, Cambridge. I have ex­pe­ri­enced too many awe­some things over the last three years to list them all, but please un­der­stand jour­nal­ism isn’t just about the doom and gloom of the world. It’s also about suc­cess, try­ing new things, and giv­ing a voice to peo­ple who may not al­ways have one. I hope that through my ar­ti­cles, I have man­aged to do that. I know I haven’t changed the world, but I like to think I have made small changes in peo­ple’s lives, for the bet­ter. I want to say a big thank you to the peo­ple who got me to where I am­to­day. For the for­mer Edi­tion staff for giv­ing me a chance, and to my cur­rent col­leagues for en­cour­ag­ing me to reach my full po­ten­tial. It is safe to say I have made some solid friend­ships from this job. St Peter’s is just around the cor­ner so I’ll still be around. Sorry Cambridge, you couldn’t get rid of me that easy!

-Emma James

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