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Editors' note: What we're thankful for

Working keyboards, non-sinking chairs, Alice, remembering MailChimp, special front pages, sleep, popcorn, print media, icebreakers, Nice Slice and GroupMe.

Defeating the bots, Google Docs, Google Hangouts (when they work), stack cup, Adele, One Direction, Kabob and Curry, the 126th Editorial Board, office gum, office Advil, accidental matching and the halls of the Ratty.

Left Shark, Shark Bar and Grille, Starbucks staying open until midnight, Ben and Jerry’s, hypothetical gym visits, our old staffers, our new staffers, mandatory socializing, Herald Happy Hours, Meeting Street cookies and “Are You The One?”

Being the little sister, prospective employers, the human Herald encyclopedia, Office Manager Kiki, Skype Jill, the orange bucket, Molly’s parents and their car, Dr. Kristina Van Schoorl, General Managers Sarah Levine ’16 and Winnie Shao ’16, office romances, irony and the Oxford comma.

Chair races, the 124th Editorial Board, afternoon classes, winter storms Juno and Neptune, easy dinner decisions, Scrubbing Bubbles Heavy Duty All-Purpose Cleaner, DTFing, late-night chats with Kim and DPS officers who drive us home after 3 a.m.

Sleeping in the office, em-dashes, former Executive Editor Sudeep Reddy ’01, Soban take-out containers, Spanx, all 167 articles by former Senior Editor Stu Woo ’08.5, Baja’s chicken fingers, the web redesign, the little red football and being a heartthrob.

Understanding conflicts of interest, Mama Kim’s, the 123rd Editorial Board, documentaries, Le Creperie, Marisa Quinn, Cass Cliatt, Grantland (R.I.P.), East Side Pockets, advertising and CAV.

Brown Bites, Louis muffins, Sakura, boxed wine, publishing swear words, The Foreground, Instagram, last call at the Graduate Center Bar, the end of Boozeflash, Spotify, Shawn, Stephen Foley, unbroken tables, the candy cauldron, writers who take breaking news, Diet Coke and milkshakes.

Our families, our friends and our readers.

The Herald’s 125th Editorial Board has a lot to be thankful for. Thanks for reading.



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