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Developing an undergraduate journal from the ground up sounds much more entertaining in the preliminary stages of development. This process has elucidated the terribly long road that editors go through, and I move forward with a newfound sense of respect for those professionals. The Department of History at the University of Windsor has supported the Journal from the very beginning, and for this I am forever grateful. Professorial support is one of the most cherished things for students, and theirs was plentiful and always well received. Further, I want to thank the faculty advisors that took time to edit and revise essays, this validated the project entirely. It is my hope that we have represented the department to their expectations, and that they will continue to support the Journal in its future.
The Great Lakes Journal of Undergraduate History: Vol. 1
, Article 1.
Available at: http://scholar.uwindsor.ca/gljuh/vol1/iss1/1