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October 17, 2008 was the date when thevery rst issue of THE FIREWALL wasreleased. When forming THE FIREWALL, Iwanted to have a medium through whichstudents could learn of the College of Computing’s great opportunities. Withover 15 organizations, the college hasbrilliant students who make a majorimpact in the computing community.In the beginning, it was just Ajai
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Karthikeyan and I who produced the rstblack and white issue, and ever since, THEFIREWALL has been growing to entirelynew levels. We now have a team of over20 students who not only enjoy workingon this color print magazine that releasesmonthly, but who are also responsiblefor informing over 500 students inthis College of everything they shouldknow about academia, careers, and theinternational and local communities.I feel blessed to have this opportunity tothank everyone who has worked with mefor THE FIREWALL. This organization isvery special to me, and everyone involvedwill always hold a special place in myheart. Ajai Karthikeyan - thank you forhelping me make October 17, 2008 oneof the most memorable days of my life.When I think of this magazine, you arethe rst person I think of, as only bothof us know how much effort has goneinto making this magazine a success. Myamazing team of ofcers - Stephen Hilber,Chris Russell, Joy Buolamwini and Terris Johnson: I cannot express how gratefulI am to have such an enthusiastic andtalented set of individuals. The entireFIREWALL team - you all should be proudof making an impact on the community.Cedric Stallworth, Beth Collums, and TomPilsch - your tremendous support andencouragement will never be forgotten.Finally, to all our sponsors and ourreaders - THE FIREWALL loves you!This past year has been a great learningexperience for all of us in the team, andwe hope to achieve much higher goals forthe organization in the future. Hopefully,we will be able to extend our readershipand coverage to other computingdepartments in the US. In the mean time,please share your thoughts about thismagazine from the past year, and if youhave any comments, please send an emailto email@example.com or visit our newwebsite - www.gtrewall.com.Thanks and I hope you enjoy this issue!
THE FIREWALL PRESIDENTMANSI SHARMA