Finally, 2020 has come to an end. It has been one of the most climactic years for a lot of people. We had the death of Kobe Bryant, COVID-19 began to spread throughout the world, the death of George Floyd sparked an uproar around the world and caused riots and protests, and one of the biggest presidential elections we have had in decade.
With 2021 rolling in, there is hope for a not only a better year but a better future as well.
"I am looking forward to change," said Zahria Liggins, a senior at Cass Tech. "I will change my mindset to work harder and push myself to be the best version of me. I am looking forward to growing in my walk with Christ."
Students specifically feel as if they are given a chance to regain themselves and do more for their future with this new year.
Tasiah Horbal, a freshman at Cass Tech said: "I look forward to being the happiest I can be in 2021, no worries or problems I can’t solve. I look forward to making some good money in 2021 and living the best life I can possibly have."
As far as COVID-19, there isn’t a certainty that cases will die down instantly but with the release of the vaccine, we have hopes of a better year and future for all.