Coming up with resolutions is tough, here is what our features staff hopes to change in the new decade

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Herald writer Julie Sisler introduces herself during warmups with the Happy Gas Improv Troupe at Gordon Wilson Hall on Nov. 12, 2019.

Herald staff

Julie Sisler: “New Year’s resolutions are hard to follow through with, so I guess my resolution for this year is to come up with a doable resolution for next year.” 

Katelyn Latture: “I’m training to run a half marathon with one of my childhood friends after we graduate in May.” 

Taylor Metcalf: “My new year’s resolution is to focus on making the best decisions based on what I need, rather than what other people think I need.” 

Julianna Lowe: “My resolution is to be more environmentally conservative and waste less and recycle more.”

Gabrielle Bunton: “My resolution is to become a better writer and to become better with photography.” 

Michael Collins: “I hope to improve the state of journalism not only for the sake of my own career but also for the sake of our democracy. A free, honest press serves as a barrier to corruption and abuse by political figures and should be upheld at all costs.”