From The Editor: A Semester In Review

WISDOM (2)

By Jay Ayer

As the students of the University of West Florida prepare for finals week, I would like to look back at the 2016-2017 school year. Particularly, I would like to look at how UWF Infinite Wisdom has evolved over the course of this Spring semester. When Joseph Cox and I took our positions as the editors of Infinite Wisdom, we both had similar goals in mind regarding the blog itself. We both saw in this blog an opportunity to showcase the experiences, talents, and various beliefs of the students in the Kugelman Honors Program. Every post since the beginning of the semester has been excellent, and we have had multiple students both volunteer to be staff writers and to donate freelance articles.

Infinite Wisdom is not just the title of this website. It is what we post, share, and discuss on this site. Infinite Wisdom is an eclectic summation of all the beliefs, personalities, and values presented by our writers. We value every viewpoint of every student that writes for us because those viewpoints are the wisdom in the title of this blog. With the wisdom from the students who write for us, we all learn the importance of love, mental health, leadership, leaving a legacy, and introspection on several levels. With each article posted this semester, we have redefined what the term ‘Infinite Wisdom’ truly means, and each article we post after this one will continue to redefine that term.

As Editor in Chief of UWF Infinite Wisdom, it is my privilege to work with our writers, read about everyone’s beliefs, and share those beliefs with the world. I would like to personally thank every staff writer, freelance writer, editor, and reader of Infinite Wisdom for making this semester one of the most successful periods this website has ever seen.

Thank you to the Infinite Wisdom staff for spreading your wisdom with the world, and thank you to the readers for constantly supporting our writers.

We at Infinite Wisdom look forward to spreading more wisdom as we continue to experience new things in our lives.